Lies - Poem by Anna Olander
At first the anger hits.
You were not supposed to lie,
To deceive me.
Yet you did and I blame you.
I blame you for everything
I found out that everything you said wasn't true.
Then it is puzzlement.
Am I sure you're capable of something like this?
How could something happen?
You told me to trust you.
Wasn't everything alright?
Then its madness,
Why, why why
did you want to lie?
I wouldn't mind it from anyone else,
I just never expected this from you.
You said you always told the truth.
Your lies will eat you up,
After that its blame and guilt.
I don't blame you any more.
I blame me for believing you.
Your lies killed something in me.
Your lies deceived me.
Therefore I'll never trust you.
Therefore you lost me.
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