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Jessica Kissner

Rookie (May 26,1989 / Elmhurst, Illinois)

Truth is Sad


The truth is always sad
The truth of death
or love
the kindest thing
is to lie
but I want truth

I seem to hurt
myself
for I only want the truth
the dagger pirces me
when I hear it

Just tell me the Truth....
I don't care if it Hurts....

Submitted: Sunday, December 28, 2008

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