Treasure Island

villiamor calventas

(january 27,1953 / pasaleng, pagudpud, ilocos norte)

Truth Are Lies.. Lies Are Truth..


speak your truth from your quivering lips
but also your lies comes through them..
your half lies are also your half truths
yet your half truths are also your half lies
what shall you talk about them if your thruth are your lies
and your lieas are your truths
then this world would be filled of noise
being lies and being the truth
until all of us will be lost
what to believe and follow
will it be the half lies
or the half truths?
which one is to choice
the truth is yours but also are the lies..
so let us all live with he truths and the lies
within our hearts within our minds
till we are lost in a maze of half lies and half truths

Submitted: Friday, October 19, 2012
Edited: Friday, October 19, 2012

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