You Cannot Run From Me - Poem by Mary Nagy
You think I live in shadows
so you stay out in the light.
You fear that I can hear you.
Oh yes, this time you're right.
Your face can't hide the smirking.
Your voice can't hide the fear.
Although you try to hide from me...
you know that I'm still here.
I know each thing you're thinking.
I hear each hateful word.
It's no use to pretend with me.
Your act is just absurd.
I will not be ignored.
I'll never go away.
I will remain your conscience
until your dying day.
Embrace the love I have for you.
Just know I mean no harm.
I'll guide you through your troubles.
You're safe here in my arms.
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