Speech

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Speech

Submitted: June 03, 2013

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I say things but mean another, making you think about what's beneath the cover. It may be a pun or an indirect remark However you must know, the words are placed in the dark. Searching and lurking, you discover emptiness, The empty feeling within, you disregard looking deeper into it Why do you object and reject such emotions? Could it be that it is the confronting reality that you cannot bear? Your shallowness is astounding Intriguing me every millisecond of a whole second I am unsure of what to make of this If you cannot look beyond the physicality then you will never understand, You will never understand the true meaning of the words that you fail to comprehend.


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