hiba thairi

The Ugly Truth - Poem by hiba thairi

Some times, you are so friendly
Some others, you treat me as a silly
You swear that you are trustworthy
but all i had from you is mystery

I used to think that all you do is right
Ready for you to see black, white
And if loving you, is wrong
i don't need be right

i was like a silly blind
Falling in love with an enemy
Giving my true emotions to a stingy
Asking love from some one who has no petty

But, i can hear you now clearly
saying: WAKE UP SILLY...
For me you are just a beatifull body
Now i can answer honestly

Sir, you are just a small thing
i have gave a big shadow
thanks to my worries

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 10, 2011

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