The truth Must lie in wait Just outside of her sphere If she could reach out and touch it, Gently drawing it closer to herself, (As she would touch the one she loved) Dorisha might return. And then she'd know The Truth. And then She would soon learn: Wanting was well and good. But to make something come to pass, Especially something others denied, was much more involved for one who stood alone, by herself, Except for now And then. One day... of long train rides... Went much deeper than that. From home, Leebrook, to Kediton, The capitol, she was within a throng of commuters without faces. She'd followed all the rules, But it still took One day. She felt That each person she met could see her plan: Peeling back Kedishire's Curtains, Exposing themselves to the open air... And this included her as well. In her mind, they could see Her flaws... and how She felt. At last, The final stop. The cool Kediton night Brushed her flushed-brown skin. Tomorrow, She'd expose something that no one dared see. Tonight she found a small hotel, Excitedly degaussed, And fell asleep, At last. The truth She would soon learn Went much deeper than that. Peeling back Kedishire's Curtains She'd expose something that no one dared see. And this included her as well. She'd followed all the rules, Except for now... The truth.