Richard Kane

Something To Hide - Poem by Richard Kane

As he steps outside
To go about his day
There's an artificial smile
That she currently displays

The risque array of fabrications
Indicate love fades away
Portraying someone that you're not
Can't turn back as deceit's underway
Leading her quickly astray
With the foul-play that's conveyed

How can she begin
To look him in the eyes
And try to rely on the lies she's supplied
Not abiding by rules
No matter how hard she tried

There's no upside to this
So promptly decide
That these classified actions
Can't be brushed aside
Misguiding all judgments
Now set to collide

Into altercations
Due to pent-up frustrations
The ramifications
Of all her temptations
Is internalization combined
With desolation and desynchronization
Leaving all that you know unaligned

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 19, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 20, 2011

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