Rex mayor Ubini
Strangled Sentiment - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
I do bridle my tongue,
Against gossiping my eyes.
But I do not conceal truth
With the bond of consanquinity.
If you wish not I tell it,
Let not my eyes have it.
If they crash with it eventually,
You may not be able to padlock my lips.
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