Contradictions short poem

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You let me in
But I don’t let go
I tell too many secrets
There’s things you won’t show
I hide in your capillaries
Yet demand of you, all
I chip at your fortress
But build up my own walls
From me you want dawn
But I lack that kind of light
So instead I solicit naively
You could find beautiful the night

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Mahrukh Ali

Dear Poet…i can actually feel the pain oozing out of your poem. Good job on writing this with excellent contradictory statements one behind the other…