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Truth and Lies

The greatest truth is a lie!!! 
So…I disguise the truth 
amongst shadows because the 
mere sunlight will echo balls of 
fire. So I want to go higher…
beyond, beyond before to what 
was when the thought of what 
was wasn’t the lie that it had 
become. And find the true 
presenters of this hypocrisy and 
see why it was done!!!And 
show that it’s killing us all. 
Then give them a fist 
underneath their eye for the 
length of lies which imprisoned 
us from the truth…beyond the 
sky. Then get us out the line of 
the alignment that got most of 
us tripping out our mind.  The 
suffocation of this lie had a 
herd of people bleed, suffer and 
die. But we live in a cycle of 
stupidity and uncertainties are 
arms. So we sit in boarders, 
drinking fictitious waters, 
jumping at the first chance to 
jump up and dance to show off 
and give out our cash. Having 
you prepare for annihilation, no 
fear just keep your eyes to 
your destination, like elders 
with constellations. For the 
truth…will simply just break 
your hearts. Putting a true 
ending to who we are. Damage 
your fragile flesh and may take 
you to a sudden death like 
millions who protest them so 
many times before.  Why did 
they die for? Ask yourself why 
did they have to die for? Love…
that's what they preach when 
they’re collecting that dough. 
So maybe I should run and if I 
get caught I should lie!!! Like 
magicians, dirty cops, and 
desperate politicians. And what 
you call sacred writing, sacred 
writings sound to me more like 
an evil tooth. That took from 
the poor and left my brothers 
on a noose!!! Watch out y’all 
for the truth is near.

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