Who You Thought was True, Isn't

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
Dedicated to Eddie Vedder

Submitted: February 08, 2009

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There's always a huge chunk of your life missing,

like a part of jigsaw puzzle.

No matter how many times you try fitting it,

It won't fit, until you know the truth.

Lies of a childhood lead to beleif,

To build trust and respect.

No matter how many times you think what is the truth is real,

It's really not.

The real truth is all alone,

Hidden from you.

When you find out,

The truth is dieing.

So when it's dead,

You discover it.

And your live never is the same again,

But your still Alive.


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