Box of Truth

Poem by: Kuro Shiro

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it's a poem I wrote in math class it's so boring math that is.

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Submitted: January 26, 2013

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Submitted: January 26, 2013

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Do I really tell my self lies?

An open door

Am I lost?

Am I found?

Are we all really safe and sound?

I only feel as if drowned

Seas of lies

Crashing at my sides

An island

Why is there box?

Why does it have so many locks?

One, two, three, four, five, six, seven,

Eight, nine, ten, eleven, eleven!

What does this say?

Will it help me find my way?

 Truth?

Should I open it?

Or leave it soaking

What could lie inside?

It could make me cry

But I would probably let it slide

So maybe I should try

A toughening war in my mind

I will always be blind too.


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