Ellirie Aviles


Thy untrust the trusted


To untrust the trusted, why?
and doubts be mine, yet why?
of my wrong, my bad had proven mine lame
of my deeds, my acts had stained my name

To submit thyself upon justice
To admit of mine recklessness
Aye! It is indeed a malpractice
to tolerate mine burgeoning selfishness

Much have I trusted mineself
that of other's trust I cannot gain
And who to me could ever help
If I'm too down beneath the pain

To dip, I never dreamt for me
yet who to save mineself from me
I was wrong! yet 'twas too late
There's no time, I'd lost my faith

Submitted: Monday, February 18, 2013

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