by Sydney S Hansen
Sunday, December 30, 2007
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The contrast of lying for a good cause, and lying for yourself.
To lie is to hate,
hate with all your might
To lie is to love,
love for all in sight
To lie is to place yourself in a dirty plight,
one that won't let go.
You plead and squirm,
you twist and turn,
but you just can't get free,
the lie has it's iron grasp held tight
But, to lie through love is a different thing,
all choruses just praise and sing,
to the one who brings that burden upon thy self
The selfless little savior of another