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Author Name: FreeShe Whispers 1 Comments
Date Added: March 30, 2011 15:03:25 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Concealing ........
 Who dare to avert the murderous blade
into my mortal fearless heart 
Why do you hide far in the emerging shadows
pressed close in the dark ice of thoughts 
Crisp is the whisper of your phantom feet 
but pricked listening ears hear you
tasting the coldness of your lies  
Concealing your tired old  face
 moody and restlessness grown 
with your troubled spirit  
Does your uncertain mind endure
the calm of quiet existance
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Comment By: FreeBRUCE MARTONE on April 9, 2011 02:33:47 AM Report


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