Jacinth III Suico

Hide One’s Tail

For a person, what’s your first impression?
Shy, talkative, demure? You’ll find it soon
Make sure of it, even you have them for a year
I know that for you it’s still unclear

Plasticity matters as it hide one’s tail
Sometimes, upon hiding it you’ll fail
Even the long lost treasures are discovered
As all the secrets can be revealed

Shyness is hiding your real character
Hiding from reality? You’re bitter
Are you afraid of showing yourself?
Well, dumped yourself in a shelf

Why need to hide? it’s you!
Show it like a firework and go
Everything will be okay
No matter what they say, you were born that way.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 05, 2014
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This may not good when it comes to grammar. I just wrote it out of my mind when I don't have something to do during our 'study hours' since it is necessary because I am under a scholarship program of a french NGO.

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