Meredith Marie

Rookie (Italy)

Lies - Poem by Meredith Marie

The lies you told
Are making me suffer.
Saving yourself from
A life in the gutter.
Your glare,
Crude, hard stare,
Does not affect me.
I know me.
You may lie to yourself,
And you may lie to others,
But I know me.

I did nothing to you,
Not a word,
Not a peep.
Nothing I've said
Causes this weep.
I said not a thing,
Not a word,
Not curse.
And you've got me low,
Troubled and messed,
Hated and disliked,
Tuttered and fessed.

If they knew
how you lie,
They would not,
Would not,
Offer you their sweet
Sympathies.
Deep Empathies.

I've said nothing,
I swear it.
You're stabbing me deep.
What I've done to you is shallow,
A pinprick, at worst.
So shove it
Or love it,
I don't give a shitt.
Just leave it,
Believe it,
It's really the truth.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 3, 2010



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