November 4, 2009
By Elizabeth-Rose BRONZE, Green Bay, Wisconsin
Elizabeth-Rose BRONZE, Green Bay, Wisconsin
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Favorite Quote:
I'm awkward like a baby giraffe.

While I was sleeping, I felt the truth...
The trees wept,

wept with longing and pain.

smog emmision paranoia and acid rain scars.
The fish jumped,

jumped for evolutionary miracles,

a longing of lungs and legs.
Mamma, they lied.

I see lovers in the meadow

grasping for some naked youthful skin.
Teacher, if this is a better life

where is the peace and self-love?

I felt pain and sorrow as if it were the breeze.

The clock's gentle tick transformed into a Bang-Bang,

the earth shook,

the sky shook,
And I realized.

Mamma, you lied.
Daddy, you lied.
Teacher, you lied,
Grandma & Grandpa & poor man on the street, you lied.

I lied.
We all lied.

Nothing is true (The true state of nothing in unachievable).

The author's comments:
What is Truth?

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