Ode To Secrets - Poem by Saimin Ninjahs
O secrets, so mysterious,
How do you keep others clueless?
So silent and fragile,
One mistake can hurt one forever
Are you better kept to oneself
Or spread to the world?
When your secret is revealed
Do you become a star in the sky?
Is that why you twinkle,
Because you wish the secret wasn't out?
Are you always about pleasant subjects,
Full of love and joy?
Are there as many of you as
Grains of sand on a beach?
Oh secrets, so wonderful and simple,
Keep yourselves unheard.
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