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Who's the Perfect Square?



You make me wonder lake the perfect square
Of a prime number and this I know is
real cause this an’t where I’m supposed to dream.
Times keeps moving to the place in my soul

I have a hard time seeing and the hurts
Not too bad, it gets easier with time
But the memories an’t fading like
I thought they would. If time heals all wounds

They be wrong in the saying. It don’t heal.
They just get numd to the hurt. They do.
They bring it up again, the hurt an’t hid.
It is up in the head to feel again.

Time is a point between two happenings
Emotion , a way to tell the difference.
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