If I Knew

Poem by: Eskay Miras

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A poem about being deceived by people

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Submitted: February 08, 2013

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Submitted: February 08, 2013

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Deceptive truths, those

Which rain on us,

Purging and befouling, causing

Retreats into the alcoves

Of consciousness,

 

Where nothing

But ghostly caches drown

A spark. A myriad of

Familiar faces with piercing

Stares double my rhythm of

Be gone, be gone.

 

A question hangs in the

Acrid air, by a noose

Made from love. And thus,

I pass 

 

Into the void


© Copyright 2016 Eskay Miras. All rights reserved.

If I Knew If I Knew

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A poem about being deceived by people
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