Dragon Crenshaw

Rookie (Peoria Arizona)

Secret


Secrets are good,
Secrets are bad,
I have a secret,
It may make you sad.

Secrets deep,
Secrets shallow,
It may be hard,
To swallow.

Secrets heavy,
Secrets light,
This is to be told,
At night.

Secrets kept,
Secrets told,
This secret,
Is very old.

Secrets of love,
Secrets of hate,
This secret,
Is great.

Secret love,
Secret hate,
My secret,
Is who,
I love.

A guy so sweet,
A guy so great.
A guy so fun,
A guy so nice.

This guy is different,
This guy is a dove.
This is the guy,
Who I love.

Different is great,
Different is sweet,
No one knows us,
So it's great.

This guy is lonely,
This guy is friendless.
I like him,
And he likes me.

No one talks to him,
No one talks to me.
We are the same,
We are different.

He doesn't know,
That I love him,
Cause he knows,
We're the same.

I've no love,
He's caught a dove.
He's had no love,
He taught me how to catch a dove.

He's tall and smart,
He's sweet and friendly,
He's nice and fun,
He's the sun.

I have a secret,
One that's free like a dove,
I have a secret,
That's all about love...

Submitted: Saturday, October 27, 2012

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