American Male


Stealing Truth, Selling Fiction - Poem by American Male

Blankets of grass and towering stones,
Standing silent guard over love and bones.

Your base desires so transparently shrouded
In professed good intentions.

Stealing truth with lies.
Selling fiction with fact.

Lives languish in your hands.
All grow old alone in your company.

Finally though I break away
Carried by friends, feet first.

Blankets of grass and towering stones,
Standing silent guard over love and bones.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 16, 2005



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