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By Mikeyman27 on 10/18/2009
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Build an iron fence
around my stonewall heart,
I seldom let a burden in.
Tread the murky moat
that flows through my pessimistic veins,
You can drown in all my self defense
I construct diversions.

I don''t want to get too close,
I might break-
away from myself
and get lost in you
but I can''t help it
when you speak,
I''m already in too deep-
I feel myself caving in.

I''m giving away
these castle walls
to something that
just might be temporary
but may be extraordinary-
I don''t mind getting hurt
but I don''t want my bridges burned,
I''ve always been the knight of my own round table.

Let it down,
Stick around,
I let my guard down slow-
I need to be a liitle vulernable,
if not for you...
for the sake of me.

A "Mike" Original

© By Mikeyman27 On 10/18/2009 10:36:37 PM
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