Treasure Island

Dash Black


WE, WHOSE VOICE IS LESS


We whose voice is less
And makes no point at any place
Fear you, whose tongues the gods did bless
And our fate you do curse.
In the wake of your silhouette
Our lips do shake as our hearts break
You talk as you walk all over
And we, whose hearts you do break ponder
Trying to find the reason why, at yonder
You torment us so.

Submitted: Thursday, May 10, 2012

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  • Kaila George (6/27/2012 4:50:00 PM)

    This sounds so much like me when I was younger.

    My mind confused
    I wished to say
    but toungetied
    I could not
    speak up and say
    two simple words
    help me

    This is so true and thank you for a wonderful insite to how so many of us feel. (Report) Reply

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