Liz Wiseman

Rookie - 24 Points (11/27/89 / Minnesota)

Naieve - Poem by Liz Wiseman

I look at my things
Attached with my memories
My hopes and my dreams
That are figures of history
Everything that was important to me
What I thought would always be there
Wasn't supposed to leave
Leaving my life bare
What a naieve lie
Is best friends forever
All I have left
Are expired pictures
My school is gone
So is my house
The person I used to be
Before I got kicked out
When I genuinely smile
I feel surprised
It's been so long
Since I didn't have to lie.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 30, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, December 30, 2007

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