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THE DECEIVER

THE DECEIVER

I can hear the roar of the angry sea 
while the wind calls out to me in my sleep
I hear the voices of sweet softness
until it soon comes to bitterness
I started getting goosebumps upon my skin
that the words I was hearing
started to interweaves together
the good and the bad 
Oh, how I started to feel sad ,yet made 
that's when I his eyes started fasten with mine
In my dreams I seen his eyes forming 
into the darkness I started hearing screams 
coming out from the angry sea
I thought they where coming for me
I dreamed you standing near
giving me so much fear
I remember your voice 
the three quilts that spread around your face
where life standing still
all that afternoon in late June
it was about an half an hour longer 
where I started feeling exultant with power
then I started hearing
sobbing cry's in deep convulsive gasps
from far away 
that's when I become speechless
then the night become stalled
soon the sounds cracked to desolation
that is when I felt you touch my skin
your ancient touch felt so cold and ruff 
while you started kissing at the corner of my mouth
I pushed him away , but that made him very thrilled
his eyes started glimmering in the darkness
that brok down the silence
I started buckling up all my emotions
under the taste where I felt muted 
Oh, how he is being very sly 
yet never shy but knows how to give a furious glee
He would speak all his lies 
I tried hard not to listen
he had soothing vows 
and deep pleads where he would cross his fingers
like he was a little kid
trying so hard to get me to belive in all is famous lines
while he would drag my thoughts back to the past 
he held no remorse because he loved to see me weep
this is another rampage of his swindle
that keeps on skillfully cunning me back to the abuse
he never needed accomplice
while he was scaring me up.

Poetic Judy Emery

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017




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