Youth's deceit

Youth's deceit

A Poem by Lidia in the Moonlight

short poem

How young and naïve am I, 
if in chaos I touch the sky? 

Buying hell for paradise, 
burning every just advice?

© 2020 Lidia in the Moonlight

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Advices are mean to be burned. When I was younger I don't learn from advices of other people. I learn how their advices became ashes of emptiness.

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Added on May 2, 2020
Last Updated on May 2, 2020
Tags: youth, truth, lies, deceit, life, experience, hell, paradise


Lidia in the Moonlight
Lidia in the Moonlight

Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

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