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One fatal moment

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One fatal moment

Flashing a smile with words to inspire brimmed with intelligence begging for reverence testifies to a will that sees to its instill will be whipped to and fro by the non believers, trying so to annihilate it all, the demons in the dark who know well your heart and its deepest desires seeking to set them afire that all you have done in one moment you're undone can crash it all down to null. You can try to cover it up but it all comes out eventually to laugh sarcastically at your pretty face, gone pale your soul now tainted, your believers feeling deceived shattered in their reprieve. Yet they remember the gifts they can't forget your spirit they can't forget the love they felt for you who brimmed with intelligence begging for reverence You who taught them about loving life with a flash of a smile and words to inspire. © 09.27.12

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  1. Date: 10/2/2012 9:44:00 PM
    A passionate verse...well expressed. Cynthia