Fact or Fiction

December 1, 2009
By RougeOlympian PLATINUM, Northbrook, Illinois
RougeOlympian PLATINUM, Northbrook, Illinois
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Favorite Quote:
As we must account for every idle word, so must we account for every idle silence.
-Benjamin Franklin

Truth bears witness to falsehood as a divine judge gives clarity.

Truth though just and fair, upmost and right, shies away from the lips of the mocking bird.

The lies stay under radar,

Seeming to bathe in there own feces as they spit out testimonies of such impossibilities, that they are believed.

Fact questioned.

Fiction embraced.

Truth is never on tongue, yet slander remains present.

Fact is yet to be proven, as fiction is yet to be disproven.

The author's comments:
As I listened to the gossip of school, I realized that gossip is mostly malicious lies. I know that that's not 100% true, but the constant tourture that is listening to irrational conversations that don't even hold a speck of truth, began to brek me. This is my outlet.

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