Unveiling (Published at The Writers Club)

Life is a masked ball,a disguise for cheats.Costumes always fall,exposing concrete.Some will want no endto their masquerade,comforts play pretend,truth makes them afraid. I too was a clown,living in a lie,till I heard the sounds,of my heartbeats cry.I made my life realfacing all I knew,I then learned to feelclearing all my views. Push all masks asideunveil […]

Unveiling (Published at The Writers Club)

Check out an amazingly talented and awe inspiring blogger/writer I’m so grateful to have found (through them liking my post so even more gratitude there!) because their words grip my soul and it’s like the song about the man “Killing Me Softly With His Songs” by the Fugees which for nostalgia and the love of a good songs’ sake I’ll add the main lyrics below for you to enjoy as I am singing them in my head as I type!

Graceofthesun.com
Resilience syllablicly written under wood steps on yellow wall crumpled pink paper outlined to look like a lightbulb at the top step.

And now going old school here’s the core lyrics from the Fugees “Killing Me Softly With His Song” ::

I heard he sang a good song, I heard he had a style
And so I came to see him, and listen for a while
And there he was, this young boy, stranger to my eyes
Strumming my pain with his fingers (one time, one time)
Singing my life with his words (two times, two times)
Killing me softly with his song
Killing me softly with his song
Telling my whole life with his words
Killing me softly with his song
I felt all flushed with fever, embarrassed by the crowd
I felt he'd found my letters and read each one out loud
I prayed that he would finish, but he just kept right on
Strumming my pain with his fingers (one time, one time)
Singing my life with his words (two times, two times)
Killing me softly with his song
Killing me softly with his song
Telling my whole life with his words
Killing me softly with his song

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