Casandra Vice


Blurred Flaws.


You see one wrong doing and your visions blurred,
As your speech is slurred.

You went from giving it all to giving it up,
But why?

Due to one wrong doing,
You blame the world for your flaws.

Don't you miss the days you saw past one another's flaws?

You could have it if you'd forgive and move on,
Love like you're dying and tomorrows not coming,
Give all your love to the world.

Submitted: Sunday, October 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013
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