“The view caught in existence lies reality at hand. Once so far in the distance, that's why I don't understand. Time flew with no resistance, that time that was never planned. Life's clock had such persistence leaving the past to expand.Now, an unrewarding scene; a picture not to be proud. The present here is obscene, a vulgar mind became loud. Envy is the color green and so is the tainted crowd. I pray a smile to interven- it fails through the twilight cloud.Every foot that steps outside needs the eye to stay alert. Trust is only self relied, precautions not to feel hurt. Feelings fatal not to hide, remain buried in the dirt. Kill or be killed- you decide, a consequence not to flirt.Rainbows only shades of grey their arcs under the street light. Stars above don't show the way, fools in doubt would think they might. Trust in heart leaves you the prey, heated blood will guide the night. Leaves you just another day- these days unseen in child's sight.”
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