inas essa


Truth


The truth forever lasts,
Through vague and sooty cloud,
It always emerges,
In the evening sky, so proud.
It lives as it is,
With no attempt to hide,
Everywhere it dwells,
Even in the dark night.
Either you accept or not,
It will continue living,
Shouting aloud, through the crowd
Then your approval has no meaning.
Whatever you do to ignore;
Close your ears,
Shut your eyes,
Or lock your door,
Once you back to life,
It will nest on your head,
With no previous permission or a contract.
In a half whisper saying:
'I will not stay the same,
More and more I will grow.
So away from truth,
Where would you go? '

Submitted: Friday, September 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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