Christal Carpenter

Rookie - 0 Points (October 13th 1990)

Truths Lie Poem by Christal Carpenter


I feel like I’m dieing inside,
And I feel like I’m crying my tears dry,
And I feel like I’m seeing my life pass me by,
‘Cause I have my truths lie,
‘Cause I have my truths lie.

I love you and you know that,
So don’t make me cry.
And I need you and I show it.
Please don’t pass my love by,
Don’t pass my love by tonight.

‘Cause I feel like I’m dieing inside,
And I feel like I’m crying my tears dry,
And I feel like I’m seeing my life pass me by,
‘Cause I have my truths lie,
‘Cause I have my truths lie.

You hurt me and you don’t care,
But still I try.
And I hate you, but it’s not true.
Please don’t let my love die,
Don’t let my love die tonight.

And I know that I’m dieing inside,
And I know that I’ve cried my tears dry,
And I know I’ve let my life pass me by,
‘Cause my truths are run by a lie,
‘Cause my truths are run by a lie.

Submitted: Sunday, September 24, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, September 21, 2010
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