Wanting To Lie

Poem by: Ryuzaki

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There is so many troubles in the world. It's sort of sickening isn't it? I find that writing helps to express feelings about not just fictional things. I'm not usually a political writer.

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Submitted: September 29, 2008

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Wanting To Lie

Oh how I wish I could lie-

Lie about the things I must see.

The world is a black hole spiraling downward.

I am not quite sure how it got this way-or why infact-

All I know is simply-it has.

The mystery pulls me so-

boggling at our minds- in Earth, love is no longer a value.

Does the majority of our minds not think-care?

Oh how I wish I could lie- really I do!

about murder-hatred-greed

Do we truly not remember

what we were based on?

I cannot help but want to lie...

-Ryuzaki


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Wanting To Lie

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There is so many troubles in the world. It's sort of sickening isn't it? I find that writing helps to express feelings about not just fictional things. I'm not usually a political writer.

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