Let’s Keep You a Secret

May 14, 2009
By Gena McMahon GOLD, Rochester, New York
Gena McMahon GOLD, Rochester, New York
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Lets keep you a secret my child; a whole new meaning to forbidden fruit that had flushed the sin. Sinning can win. What more could you want then a feat full of nothing? So let’s keep you a secret and let the whisper in.
How many times have I been too exposed? Under the door and the shutters all closed when I catch up the tune and it flows through my head. When can I find you?
Lets keep you a secret my child; a whole new meaning to forbidden fruit that had flushed the sin. Sinning can win. What more could you want then a passion for fire? So let’s keep you a secret and let the whisper in.
For, must I be alone? When you are across where the sun’s always shining. And I cannot be what they truly expect of me no it’s not what I wanted at all.

Lets keep you a secret my child; a whole new meaning to forbidden fruit that had flushed the sin. Sinning can win. What more could you want then a haunted tomb? So let’s keep you a secret and let the whisper in


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