♥ A Poem by iviedoeloves ♥|
December 22, 2004 at 12:04 am
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There's no crazy questions to ponder on alone,
My heart is pounding with just flesh and blood,
Not fine marble or some fancy imported stone.
I'll put my stance right out there like a flood.
And plainly staight into your line of sight,
Within your hearing and at the speed of light.
If it's possible I like to travel by night,
When I can't be seen through and through.
I've found I can be frightening to others,
When they see what I can, or will not do.
If I tell you all my secrets and tales of yore;
Of the songs sung by evenings campfire glow,
And the travesties, trials and tests that came before,
You must promise not to laugh at, mock me or steal them just for show.
To you it may or may not be shocking indeed,
But there's no mystery here if mystery's what you need,
Suspenceful, maybe, but mytery's a monkey I can't feed.
My bones are too weary and I'm much too old,
To be anything less than youthful, truthful, and bold.
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