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Speak Your Lie

written by: Hsenura



Maybe when I’m gone,
To blend in immortal love,
For eternity, I’d shower sonnets.
With rays of moonlit fading
And cruel sunlit dawns,
I could only pity the nights.

They hide our truths,
They take our blames,
Of our conscious phrase.
I wish this dark doesn’t change
Anything in our daylight worlds.
Liar I am, speaking these.

If you’d like to lie too, speak your lie,
To choose our truths, before we die.



I'm a Literature student doing my Masters, in love with darkness, solitude and inevitable mortality.

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