Emily Allard

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Lies We Believe


A world of illusions, a world of fear. Forgetting the treasures which our hearts hold dear. Fighting for freedom when its all ready our own. Turning a blind eye to what we've been shown. We are all connected, this life is not real. Up on our pedastals when we should kneel. Helping one another, not causing harm. Not giving into temptations or devilish charm. Maybe I'm crazy but I think not. My eyes are open I see what we've got. Look around you don't you see? This is not how its supposed to be. Open your minds, open your hearts. Free your mind, stop playing parts. Release the negative, go with the flow. Remember the past then let it go. Its up to you who you will be. Be true to yourself and you shall be free. :)

Submitted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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