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Krazy Rae

Rookie (11-29-1991 / A-town, ILLINOIS)

Faces in the Dark


In the dark a peace is
found, yet in it are faces
of the past, present and future
no one knows what the faces
tell yet all may soon
unlock their secrets
Some you may recognize others
may remain a mystery
but deep within the heart of
darkness a comfort is
known thought as uncertain as the world may be
a certain knowledge can be
obtained for if you
listen closely the faces may
tell their story though
the story may be sad or may be happy
you must take each story and learn from it and use
the advice to which is given
to you to help you through the
night for only then can you understand the faces
in the darkness

Submitted: Sunday, April 19, 2009

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