Lisa Maher

What Should Never Be - Poem by Lisa Maher

Constant realizations
lead me back to you

Knowing inevitable outcomes
does not erase adoration

Intelligence continues freezing
when met with lust

Attempts to gain independence
shackles fanciful dreams

Ideals and expectations
become nonexistant

Internal truth felt
is not externally recipricated

Fear controls inactive desires
of what should never be

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 16, 2005

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