Kathryn Garner

Rookie (May 10,1991)

Twisted With Time - Poem by Kathryn Garner

Don’t hide away from the truth
Hurts just as much as lies
But with the begged for lies in your eyes
The loves trust slowly dies
Hiding deep within
You, my deepest, filthiest sin

Now I’ve become the tragedy I so feared
Fighting away what life so appeared
Till it became the nightmare within
Because now I face life alone again.
Take the memories with time
The spark to every line
The color to every vision
Till its all in black and white
Forgotten, twisted,
From to wrong from right
Twisted from time
Twisted out of the lines.

Never sleep in your arms again
But I will live those nights again
Never to cry, if I don’t believe
That you’ll ever really leave
Its time in a sieve,
Time I cant seem to live
But not without out you here
I cant face the greatest remorse,
Greatest fear

Trials till the break
When you finally take
The words slowly
For my sake
Let them sink in
Life without you again
Will never cease to be
But something I’ll never
Allow myself to see
Live a lie
Till I’ve died
Because all but me and you
Has already died

No longer to feel
But I wont admit to this song
That my mind’s belief
Is so very dementedly wrong
Bid me goodbye
So I’ll be along my way
Living out my lie
Letting all else die
But a fraud to which I’m lost
In return, my life happened to be the cost

Never feel your lips again except
In the only world I’ll ever accept
Lies till I die.
Its all a goodbye
With details lost in our time
But to me, your always mine


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 25, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 1, 2011


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