How many times, how many, can you count; will what was once ours stolen and repainted in a new hue? I will feed you the truth, darling, stripped of its sweet frosted lies. Adorn my neck with chains everyone laughs. On my forehead, stamp the label, "Justice for Society." They will only blame me, only us, and never change. Yet my heart will believe the same.
Rated: K+ - English - Poetry/Spiritual - Chapters: 1 - Words: 597 - Published: 7/10