sandy nobody

Rookie (midwest, usa)

Please Tell Me the Truth


please tell me the truth
you need not lie
even if it hurts me
i'll not die

my feelings might be hurt
my may be heart broken
but not knowing hurts as much
as words that are spoken

please tell me the truth
so i'll understand
whats going on with you
what you have planned

if you really love me
then tell me so
if you dont love me
i will go

will we ever be together
or keep things like this
will we ever touch each other
again or kiss

we touch in real
once before
was love for real
or just another score

please tell me the truth
is all i ask
a computer screen
is the same as a mask

dont hide behind it
cause
we both know we are real
we know how we feel

but do you like it this way
do you want more
tell me what you want
or close the door

Submitted: Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Edited: Friday, January 19, 2007

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Comments about this poem (Please Tell Me the Truth by sandy nobody )

  • Rookie Tracey Collins (5/16/2006 12:37:00 PM)

    well writen, and right to the point, yes it would be nice to no the truth, for you not holding on. (Report) Reply

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