Treasure Island

Ronald Chapman


Between the Lines (Secret Message Poem)


Can I keep this a secret?
You don't see me half the time. I am not perfect.
Read my mind. If you can.

Between these thoughts and feelings in my mind and heart,
The days are like extended
lines at a five star restaurant.

Can I keep this a secret?
You are making me crazy.
See you every long day.
Behind the window of my soul.
My breaking heart is no longer complete,
Eyes on you. I see every day.

Do you see me? Or are you looking past me?
You are always giving me your smile. Do you
Know this beguiles me?
What if,
I could not keep a secret?
Am I the only one,
Feeling this way?


The secret revealed:
'Can you read between the lines? Can you see behind my eyes? Do you know what I am feeling? '

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

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The secret is revealed by reading the word at the beginning of each line of the poem vertically. This then forms a sentence, when read down with an additional message.

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