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Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep
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Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep

Poem By Mary Elizabeth Frye

Burdened is the one who knows truth.
An isolation occurs,
One has the nerve to adjust to and accept.
With little delusion left to live.

Some would say comments made like this are negative.
Until the onslaught of reality hits them quick.
And there is nothing positive they see in it.
With wishes to blame others to have it fixed.
To return back to a life that is fantasized.
Complete and sugarized.
But teardropping eyes like these...
Are going to clear when the masquerade is over.

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The masquerade Lays in the eyes of those who play them.For some the party never ends others it never began. The doctor makes the diagnosis the diagnosis does not make the Doctor.A very good write to intice such as this from I...


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