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The Lay of Slaying the Denial Dragon

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The Lay of Slaying the Denial Dragon

The Lay of Slaying the Denial Dragon Denial breathed from his two lips, Words in phrase from fingertips, Inner mirrored image not sheen, Reflections of changing not seen, Remove a love or just replace, Scarred but bury without a trace.

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  1. Date: 4/13/2011 7:30:00 AM
    well lay poetry is supposed to be medieval..dragons, castles etc...denial is a sad place to live in when you want to blame another for your faults you wont change...instead..flee..it solves nothing really, and will never give you happiness