I Love You, I Hate You - Poem by Maia Padua
I hate you, do my words lie?
I love you, do my actions show?
Measure me not by the depth of my words,
By the clarity of my voice,
Judge me not by the vagueness of my actions
Or the way I express vivid sadness
Or by the shallow mirth I possess.
Trust me not with what you can hear
or what my facade be,
but measure me, judge me, trust me
by what my eyes say
A mirror of everything
Everything I can't really portray.
Do I love you?
Do I hate you?
Stare into my eyes, and you will know.
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