Babette Teeth


Lies Out From The Truth - Poem by Babette Teeth

Finally today
All the lies out from the truths
should be put an end
It no longer lingers
For it has to be disappeared
Faded into memory
To leave is its destiny
Because there's no a long-lasting feast
Without scattered
Then my heart won't have to cheat
Leave the sorrows and pains
Then my heart is lightened
Finally I knew I was far away from your heart
But both cheats shouldn't Last


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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 3, 2005



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