Katherine Lyczek


Alas, Another Lie Poem by Katherine Lyczek


If you were to mutter 'yes'..
that would surely please me,
however,
one must consider the truthfulness of a yes
it could easily be misguided,
untrue,
lies
never believe a word a man says,
however not all are liars
yet he has much to hide
for behind those sky blue eyes of serinity
as to drops in the vast ocean blue
he only cowers and hides
to those who seek corperal punishment
are YOU hiding from ME?
i wonder aimlessly...
hey you,
yes you...
dear blue...
I need to talk to you
and i DO know you
please dont run..
my dear, oh dear..
my heart beats for you..
and running through veins of pure hope
my hate burns deep within
for,
even angels have dirty secrets
can't you tell?
how much i care?
yet not there yet..
i cannot catch you..
croon you to my side and love you..
for you continue to run..
every chance you get...

Submitted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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