See, Saw - Poem by Dan Brown
I’m talking quietly. And I can’t make you see
my side. You’re shouting, screaming, you saw
I’m talking firmly. But I see
I’m not getting through. You saw
only my arrogance.
I’m holding my tongue. I see
no point in firing insults. But you saw
fit to gun me down.
I’m trying diplomacy. You saw
An all-out attack. I see
both sides, yet in the middle I drown.
I’m crying. You saw
weakness. When you see
that, you exploit it.
You’re slicing through my heart, like a saw,
Cutting, biting, gnawing at everything you see
standing in front of you.
You turn to violence, the only way you can see
to end the conflict. I only saw
you pushing me out that door.
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