Deep down I’m still hurt
There’s nothing more satisfying
Than your love lifting off me
Like the plagued curse
Of deception and envy
The rage that lies within me
Buried deep down in the soil of my thoughts
And it still hurts, for how long?
Deep down in the fabric of my being
My love is lost in your eyes
Cause I’m only seeing the lies
The lies, the spells, the living and breathing hell
I see you wrapped in velvet and walking seductively
Deep down it hurts but you’re still so lovely
Why must our eyes hide the real lies?
When our souls are stiff and still masked by disguise
I only see you when I close my eyes
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December 25, 2019 By Charles Barjon II
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Charles J. Barjon II musically known as "Natty Barjon" is a living artist and activist spreading the message of Freedom, Justice, and Equality through his livity and music. Mr. Barjon, is a student of history at Southern University A&M College where he is president of the grassroots organization the SU 771 Alliance.
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