Vathalia Mae

Rookie (5/12/1995 / Virginia)

Be My Heart (Part 1)


To see thru my eyes is to be betrayed
As To look at makeup upon a girls face beautifully arrayed
Only a mask it is
Only an everyday task it is

You haven't looked into my eyes
For you believe it might be a disguise
I ask not for just anyone to look inside
For what they would lack to find would surly be a surprise

The lack of a heart thereof
My chest holds no love
The darkness you see inside
Its too hard to hide

You are the One
You look to me
My smile is gone
Because you tend to look straight thru it and see

You see the lies,
Detect the open hate with your own eyes
The Web that captures my pessimistic shadow
And behold you see a question yet you can't seem to follow.

You climb up the Web in my chest
You never once depart
You search for the question
The one that you can only find within...

Submitted: Thursday, April 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013
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A really good friend of mine helped with my inspiration on writing and gave me the title to help inspire me...hope y'all like it :) comments are always welcome!

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