Knowingly Willingly Lovingly - Poem by Andy Sayasone
Your looks your smile your love within,
My dream I can actually live in.
Poisoned trapped silent rose tips,
Slowly pulled in knowingly willingly lovingly.
Maybe if I pray,
The imperfections will go away?
A thought of a mislead fool,
Time won't heal this infected blood pool.
Built upon a pyramid of lies reassuring of more lies,
I wonder how long until you know..
Made to fall from the very start,
Slowly pulling us viciously apart.
Crashing down all revealed.
I told you I'd still love you,
My lips are sealed.
I don't know why I stayed unsure afraid,
Maybe it makes me feel alive.
Maybe I love the pain?
I won't be the same,
Not temporarily insane.
I said I would be with you even from the start,
'Even if I get diabetes it'll never tear us apart'..
A translation of the near future,
Reassuring I'd go through the torture.
Knowingly willingly lovingly.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Still going through it because you love them.
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