The Mistress of Secrets

December 30, 2011
By LifeInSlowMotion BRONZE, Stamford, Connecticut
LifeInSlowMotion BRONZE, Stamford, Connecticut
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One fine day in the middle of the night,
two dead boys got up to fight.
back to back, they faced eachother.
drew their swords, and shot eachother.

A haunting thought lives inside
My cluttered, apathetic mind,
Because I found the awful truth.
Lies disrupt my feeble youth.
The wind of life began to bind
What the world has come to be.
The mysteries found are values to me,
Yet are sold to the mistress of our secrets.
They’re given to her if one cannot keep it.
And she is bound, never free.
She is forevermore discrete.
Certainly, her ways you cannot cheat.
For if you try and cheat her duty,
She will take your inner beauty,
And eternally becomes your grim heartbeat.

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