Michelle Exantus


Identity


My identity is
my serenity.
The thing I cherish
the most.
The shades that I wear,
I would never dare
to share,
Not even with a
millionaire.
For it
cares and
hears,
My silent
Prayer,
To conseal my
Identity.

Submitted: Sunday, April 20, 2008
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