Lies of Truth

December 18, 2008
By Kelsie Clark BRONZE, University Place, Washington
Kelsie Clark BRONZE, University Place, Washington
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Your truth changes like fashion
Though I’ve found you’re my passion

I’m a pirate of your thought
Consuming a medley of distraught

Through my veins you run
As you tell me that we’re done

The boundaries I’ll go are endless
To keep you in my presents

You lied to keep me pure
But was that the cure?

A part of me dies
So has the sparkle in your eyes

To be so senseless is a crime
Yet my blindness was sublime

My heart is on stand by
Until my wings are fixed to fly


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