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The forgotten truth

Poetry By: whiteroses

So many roads that lead you places
With multiple paths and unrecognizable faces.
which road is right for me??
My poems are generally short
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Submitted:May 25, 2011    Reads: 91    Comments: 17    Likes: 8   

On a winding path, I know not a way to surrender

My mind is gone; I need a way to remember

A flash of memory, a face appearing

Why can I no longer see clearly?

I've become blind to reality, deaf to reason

Can't figure this out, I need something to believe in

I need you here with me

But I have to let you go, believe me

They say listen to your heart, its speaks the ancient language of the world

But how can I when the one to speak to has forgotten that language?

The words that inspire us to be extraordinary have long been overlooked

And ever since, the world was kept on tenterhooks



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