I Wonder If You Always Tell The Truth

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The Burden Of Legend

There is no man living who can see
Clearly through the mist of envy
Nor a flesh and bone creation
Which can transcend each and every
Boundary of temptation
No creature of the natural earth cuts
The ferocious winds of uncertainty
With such devastating precision
Not a soul has come and gone that
Conquered existence
Without a wrong decision
The web of deceit spreads
Enticing a new victim
Preying on the greedy
And their lack of conviction
The silence of the night
I answer the calling
Underneath the falling
And the scattering stars
Illuminating the night
Concealing it's secrets
And I in their sights
Revealing my weakness