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The sky is overcast this eve,
As trhough the crowd I wade,
I ware a happy porclin mask,
With heart in Iron cage.

My strole down lighted avanue,
Sudenly is dim.
I glance at the darkened light,
Stopping for inticing whim.

Then I carry on,
My stride toughtfull.
'Til I bump a girl,
Who is beautiful.

Normally,
I'd pay no mind,
Save her eyes,
locked into mine.

As around us,
The crowd does swarm.
Whe are two fools,
Against the norm.

Her eyes, to mine,
Say her reart is shattered.
And her emotions,
All are scattered.

I understand,
Mine say the same.
We drop all guises,
We play no games.

She motions,
We walk side by side.
Oposing trafic,
Against the tide.

Then finaly to her door she walks,
Takes golden key from pocket.
I wait for her to go in,
To close the door and lock it.

But, once more,
She hesitates.
She turns round to me.
She grants me,
A gentle hug,
Then softly kisses me.

Finaly, She goes inside,
Trying, and failing, her pain, to hide.
As the door closes tight 'fron me,
I fade into the murky night.
As trough the window, whatches she,
And, quietly, tears I fight.

------
To live ones life free from the constraints of judgement is truely bliss.


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