trust me!

Poem by: DylanNewton

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just trust me... I trust you

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Submitted: July 21, 2007

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Submitted: July 21, 2007

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Have you ever been lied to?

Or spit in the face?

Were you unsure what to do?

Ask, why live another day?

Ever tell yourself it's fine?

When in true reality

You've lost your mind

And the though of fatality

Was never far behind

The one you love

And plan to wed

Was sent from above

And plays with you head

Just lay me out clold

And pronounce me dead

Cause so I've been tod

There is no meds...

For the pain I feel

And the thoughts in my head

Just tell me the truth

As I lie here in bed

Waiting for the proof

On why I'm not dead

I think it's cause of you

But what is on your mind?

Now I need you to prove

That I'm worth your time

Just open up to me

And try to use words

Set your ideas free

Even if they hurt

Try to trust me

As I have trusted you

Cause I'm running out of time

And still not sure what to do

I have been lied to

And spit in the face

But why was it by you?

My love and grace?


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