Treasure Island

Bianca Free


Song of Wrongs


Some songs are trapped, while other songs are free
Some songs can linger, while others need a key
Some songs look Heavenward to find a place to be
While most songs have homes, some songs aren't so lucky

Which song would you rather hear
The song of hope, or the song of fear
The song that has everything, or the song that needs care
The song you care nothing for, or the song you revere

I'd like to listen to all of those forgotten songs
Not the song of rights, I want the song of wrongs
I want the song of solitude hiding in the throngs
I want the song that has no place to which it belongs

Submitted: Saturday, March 10, 2012

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  • Joseph Sanchez (4/28/2014 10:58:00 AM)

    Which song would you rather hear
    The song of hope, or the song of fear
    The song that has everything, or the song that needs care
    The song you care nothing for, or the song you revere (Report) Reply

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