Ceri Louise Baylis

Rookie - 230 Points (06.03.1985 / North Wales)

Dishonest Friend. - Poem by Ceri Louise Baylis

Dishonest friend.
Don't ever lie to me I will tell you this just once
I Want to hear truth not a dishonest response,
I'm good at detecting lies when there told
One lie leads to many as deceit takes control,
If lies are told, trust is shattered
Truth and honesty were all that mattered,
If it's apparent to me that your words are untrue
I won't raise my suspicions or confront you,
I will judge you quietly accumulating proof
To support my thoughts of the untold truth,
The above will apply to most white lies spoken
For ever more I'll doubt you as trust is now broken,
I've saw the falsehood and Your Deception won't be forgot,
Your fabrication expands daily, truth bearing you're not,
Your explanation is another deliberate false statement
Prevarication of words; signs of guilt's now so blatant
Apply a pretence, false impression or Disinformation
Stop? or will you continue words of Misrepresentation?
Call it whatever ever you want, best let it go, ; I'll be aloof
Ability of Fabrication worsened by; inability to speak truth-
No happy endings happen from the telling of a tall tail
In the end the truth will out, eventually truth will prevail
If another discovers truth you've attempted hard to hide
I'm not the friend you can turn to, not whom you can confide
‘What goes around comes around' what you give out you will surely receive
Maybe you will then learn a life lesson thou shall not lie &deceive!

Topic(s) of this poem: friendship

Form: Rhyme Royal or Rime Royale


Comments about Dishonest Friend. by Ceri Louise Baylis

  • Pamela Sinicrope (1/16/2016 6:19:00 PM)


    More writing on relationships between people. This time, you speak about honesty, integrity, but also harsh judgment. Speak the truth! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 16, 2016



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