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by Ling Ling 

Posted: 27 July 2005
Word Count: 115
Summary: I messed up!

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I wear my blindfold,
Hoping you won’t see me,
Knowing you feel me -
Oblivious to the harm I could create,
Never thought you wouldn’t wait.

Arm’s wide open I let us begin,
Reluctant heart wrapped within.
Sweetest candy concealing sin –
Cloaked in silky lies, and dreamy sighs,
Ingest me before I let the stranger in.

Now there is silence,
Now there is pain and loss within,
And the void empty skies –
Is worse than blindness.
I remove my disguise and see nothing.

Out of reach somewhere you stay
Like as winter, icey cold.
Feeling nothing, and looking lost –
Vision distorted and so vague.
The gift I left you with – ‘blindfold.’

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Ling Ling at 22:34 on 31 July 2005  Report this post
When we delude ourselves with the blindness that exists in ignorance, we are as if blindfolded, and fail to see what is really going on. Its only when we remove the blindfold, we find the subject exposed, and ultimately dissappearing from view upon being recognised for what they really are. Eye's wide open now!

Hope whoever reads this piece stops to think, and even if they dont like it, finds wisdom learned the easy way.
Ling Ling.

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