The Truthful Fog
We are wrapped in a fog so thick,
it seems we are alone.
We build castles and moats brick by brick,
To hide from enemies made of stone.
They are our troubles, fears, witches and ghouls
Surrounding your protection waiting for your false shields
In your fortress you sit near light-filled pools,
To keep the shadows of the fog away…perhaps.
We invent beliefs to ignore the truth,
We build castles and forts to hide from its ugly face.
We wish for evidence to make it false, we want proof,
To have it vanish without a trace.
But some people walk among the fog so thick
They don’t hide from the truth
For they are heroic.
They don’t build castles or moats
The enemies of stone guard their fictions forever
As the people of the fog travel for hours in their small,
Searching for the truth others have severed.
Unbelieved and different they smile at one another,
Traveling through the truthful fog like sister and brother.
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