Max D. Hornbogen

Rookie - 78 Points (Sept 17th 1989 / Marquette, MI)

Behined My Eyes - Poem by Max D. Hornbogen

Behined my eyes, I hide everything inside. just can't tell you what I know.
Right now it Just feels like I am on the happy side of me but when I turn, I let loose.

When I let loose, I just let the party come out of me...you know you cant stop me.

When I embrace my other side, you'll not like what you will see...I've got thoughts of many things
that you don't want to hear.

Their are two parts of me, when you hear a story from me you beleive.
(you are so easy to convince)

Behined my eyes, I hide everything inside...to embrace me is to have the party come out of me.
Yeah I think, I like this side of me.

But have to come back to the light, for my other side to come back into me.
So I can just be me again and to have sense in my head.

I know, I've said to many things...that can not be undone. Maybe did some mistakes along the way of my life, but
that was then and this is now.

You really need to get to know me, to feel what I feel inside...just maybe you hear the truth.
Or I will just not tell you at all and put on more lies upon another.

Do you really see who I am, do you still love me. You know I am the same person, I still have feelings for you.
(Won't you please just say something to me?)

Still I hide everything inside of my eyes, it's a good thing you can't see what I see.
(Or hear, of what I have heard)

Everytime you come around, you kind of make me show the truth...but you know I can't tell you.
So I hide everything inside of me, telling you the truth would be like taking off my armor. So I just can't have that to happen.

I know, I put on more lies upon another...so please don't take your time to know the truth from me.
You know I hide everything inside of my eyes, so why do you pry to know the truth.
But now you have nothing to proove


Max D. Hornbogen


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 11, 2010



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