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The Bare Truth

Poetry By: Kelden
Literary fiction



Poem based on Shakespeare's Sonnet 69. Used at least 5 words from the original poem and written with the same topic as the original sonnet.


Submitted:Apr 14, 2013    Reads: 12    Comments: 0    Likes: 1   


Your kind eyes
And lovely hair
Attract cries
No one can compare.
When you smile
Others follow;
When you're in trouble
Care for you will double.
The voice of souls
Might praise your beauty,
But those same tongues
Claim you're needy.
Although nature
Will shape and mold,
It's up to you
To follow through.
If your friends
Develop to foes,
You need amends
For what they propose
A friend with looks
That smells like weed,
Isn't one we need
That is agreed.
No need to prove,
It's just the bare truth.




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