Marketa Richnavska

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Opening the old door
closing up the new
How could I have fallen
for something that's not true?

The parts of me
that were meant to be
shattered no more
are now flying away
more far than they were
shattered before.

You scared away to flee
the certain part of me
the loving, caring, feeling
with no chance of remedy.

But I DON'T want you to suffer
I want to help you see
that not every lie tightens
and that truth can make you free

That if you've been doing wrongs
but suddenly you want it right
It is enough to let it out
and there's no need for fight

That there are those
who want to prove
you won't daunt all
by saying the truth.

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: truth


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is about one boy who probubly believes(and has a reason to) that everytime he reveals his lies he will scare everybody away, so he keeps covering his lies with another lies.
By this poem I want to say, that there are those who take it as an opportúnity to help him see that not everybody is such a pussy and not everybody runs away. That there are those who are willing to help him through it.

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