Peggy Pollock

You Fool. - Poem by Peggy Pollock

Put me on a pedestal
And ill perform for you
You fool.
Ill press your eyes into my lies
And thrust my lust ‘till you desire
You fool.
If you only knew.
Dress me in a golden gown
Put a halo on my head
I'll play pretend
You'll tail the bate
You'll lose me at the golden gate.
You fool.
If you only knew.

Put me on a pedestal
And I will play pretend.
Then you'll wonder why you fool.
Why I left you in the end.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 31, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 25, 2012

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