Lies

Give me time

Let me find the fountain of youth

Or maybe Neverland

So we can be kids again together

So that our happily ever after

Can last forever after

But you give me lies instead

So let me find the courage to let you go.

In response to NovemberNotes challenge by Theresah of Heartstring Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer

Day 21 prompt: Recreational by Aaron Krause

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20 Responses to Lies

  1. Gar. This didn’t show up in my feed. I’m glad I found it in the reader! Well done!

  2. Where is this Fountain of Youth, which can make everyone turn back into Kids ?

  3. Davy D says:

    Wow Mich. The pain and emotions of love and letting go come through strongly in this poem.

    • michnavs says:

      For some weird reasons i have been writing about pain and hurt lately..i am yet to find out why ..lol..

      • Davy D says:

        I think we sometimes get into those mindsets with our poems Mich. One poem leads to other memories and experiences🙂

      • I could write about periodic dramatic ugly cluster-headache-pain pamphlets and may be even books, but I prefer to do something else. Have you ever been in an hospital at 3:30 a.m. just in order to get some medicine oxygene for 20 minutes because otherwise you start to get really “crazy”? So I am wondering why you are writing about it. Never mind and take care.

      • michnavs says:

        Thank you…i am still contemplating though..

  4. sheldonk2014 says:

    There’s chocolate
    And there’s vanilla
    And don’t forget
    The nuts
    Love is like that
    Always wanting more

  5. rosemawrites says:

    oh dear. this is soooo heartfelt. the pain is felt.

  6. Love with all your heart, but never hang onto someone who doesn’t love you back. Sad and moving words.

  7. mandibelle16 says:

    Very interesting. I get the feeling they’re both lying, the speaker is looking for places which don’t exist, and he/she is lying. So the speaker leaves, but honestly, they’re both the same. Not a good relationship. Great write!

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