Ace Of Black Hearts

Silver Star - 4,199 Points (04/17/1984 / Homa Lousiana)

Getting Past Face Values - Poem by Ace Of Black Hearts

Getting past face values.
Divulge your secrets stars.
We have collided with mars.
Just once more.
Let me open up from inside out.
The old photograph reappears.
Rehabilitation nears.
Can I do it?
Make it or break it.
The lake is filled full again.
So crystal blue.
If only I can fit into these shoes.
You have no clue what I'm going through.

Get past the face values.
Divulge your secrets stars.
We have collided with mars.
Do I measure up to par.
Wishing to angels in the dark.
Skeletons come upon me and
I say go away.
This time I finally fix my mistakes with a rake.
I'm dragging the pieces back in.
Its another puzzle.
Can I make them fit.
Pleasantries gone amiss.
They turn into a vipers kiss.
I just cant help it.
What good have I done to deserve this.

Getting past face values.
Divulge your secrets stars.
We have collided with mars.
I have opened a new door.
Where does it lead?
The beautiful let down.
Just lost waiting to be found.
Turn around. Here it comes.
You have been summoned for a higher cause.
Bow down and meditate.
Concentrate before its to late.
Planning it out as if you already know.
Adapt to the enviroment.
Some situations need such delicacy.
Dont step on to many toes.
The giants have fallen so its time to go.

Getting past face values.
Devulge your secrets stars.
We have collided with mars.
Now I shall disembark and leave an everlasting mark.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, June 13, 2011


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