Forbidden Sight

March 18, 2009
By Belle7000 GOLD, Oakley, California
Belle7000 GOLD, Oakley, California
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For days I walked around
Dancing along the ground
Not caring that I was blind
Everything seemed kind
But it was all a lie
As I watched that person die
The car struck that person
And my whole life began to worsen
It was a mere accident
Yet it was significant
That was the very moment
My world became like cement
Hard and cold
No one to hold
I was on my own
Forced to see those dead bones
Because the truth was out
And I could not doubt
Because it had begun
And could not be undone
As my vision became clearer
The end became nearer
Because the world is not kind
Oh, how I wish I was blind

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