The Fool - Poem by Satan's Sibling
The fool wanders aimlessly,
searching all alone.
He may never find his meaning,
But his love he must hone.
He will search forever,
and will never find the truth.
But to find his only love,
He must waste his youth.
So if you see a shadowed man,
Keep away, keep away.
But his search for his young love,
Will make sure he forever shall stay.
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