Black Poetry : The truth, unspoken

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  1. Randee

    Randee Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    You're going through "some sh*t"
    That’s what you told me
    Never said the truth
    As I stood beside you
    Never exposed the real
    while I lay beneath you
    Holding my hand and,
    the key to my heart
    Waiting to see if possibilities would turn to a start
    Even if we were "just friends"
    (who act as lovers before friends and others)
    Did it become okay to lie at me?
    what happens to you affects me, cuz see
    I thought it was us
    that’s where I went wrong
    Thinking, see
    you like your girls
    Manipulating and conniving
    Deceitful and lying
    Not someone honestly vying for your heart
    Female versions of you never lasted
    Lambasted by you, they crazy, they blue
    ***** you, its probably sh*t like this that
    You put them through
    You told me, you held me
    You listened and then positioned
    Your dick between my thighs
    While continuing to thrust half truths
    Until what came out were lies
    And I wondered and tried and tried…
    And I'm still here writing poems about you
    While you attempt one last run through
    One last time at "I want you"
    But, it ain't me you want at all
    It's some manipulating, conniving, deceitful and lying girl
    Not a woman who speaks the truth…
    I love you.
     
  2. PoetByNature

    PoetByNature Member MEMBER

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    wow, i felt this, because as a woman I've been there, and i love raw poetry that's not scripted, its just words flowing onto the page in such blatant honesty.
     
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