Lazzy Lie - Poem by David Blake
Knowing all to well the truth, I still in my ignorance choose to believe you. Saying good bye words we both know can never be, we live on headed toward eternaity.
On the grass in some forgotten place in my memories you lie asleep as I watch and dream. Shattered realities so many things that now seem unreal hanut me.
Beyound what is seen, the things that are and could have been laugh in spite of all that is. This verse now composed to lament all the thing I wish I never had known.
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