The Secret Life Of A Poet - Poem by Mary Nagy
My friends don't even know me.
They really have no clue.
I don't say I write poetry.
Is it the same for you?
Does a poet always tell their friends
about their secret vice?
In passing I may say ''I write.''
but, I'll never tell them twice.
Do we like the ''cloak and dagger''?
Is it ''mystery'' that we seek?
Oh yes, I do write poetry...
but, it's a secret I shall keep.
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