Maelea Mercado


Leap of Fate


Take the leap
The leap of faith
Over the edge into the unknown.
Take the chance,
Why not try?

Explore the New and forget the old
The leap of faith
Will left none unknown
Discover secrets that will unfold.
Look into the eyes of those you trust
And you may find a shocking surprise
That the trustworthy have been untruthful.

The leap over the edge into the unknown
The leap of fate
Scary but true will uncover the covered
And leave behind
A stunning secret
That none can hide
Not even the deepest hole can kill the spite
That burns beneath the calm surface
Boiling the blood
of the trusted that have been untruthful
Deceiving those closest with a beautiful web
Of lies so deep and dark
Not even the brightest light can penetrate

Take the leap
The leap of faith
See if you can handle
Dark, hideous, vicious, lies
hidden by fate and time
Take the chance into the unknown
And let the covered be uncovered

Submitted: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, February 27, 2013
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