The Truth - Poem by Chelsea Frazier
Laying here, clinging to you,
All I hope is that this is true;
The people made for each-other
Are truly me and you.
In my heart I want to say 'Yes, this is true; it's only me and you'.
Yet, there's my head,
To think that you and her,
Are truly meant to be.
The disbelief before my eyes,
The slipping from your lips are all those lies.
Now seeing the sight of the truth of her and you.
The kiss that lingered in the air between the two, that are meant to be true.
Tension only seconds away from breaking;
Just like my heart that I gave to you.
Clinching the pain in my chest;
I think I really might go into cardiac arrest.
Who was always meant to be true,
It was always meant to be her and you.
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