Plastic Smiles

Plastic Smiles

A Poem by Ian
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To my little sunshine, with the most sincere desire to stab you, your loving friend...

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You brought me happiness wrapped in deceit paper

Pretty mask on; you caught me at low speed

In exchange for my soul you dyed me pale yellow

And bought me as player of your dirty little game

 

Well, I’d like to smile just for this time

You know how much I love to see you crying

Just because I know you’re lying

 

Lure so perfectly disguised in a friendship dress

Then throw me in this little box you gave me

To weave these strings around my arms and legs

But I still have to admit that you dyed me pale yellow

 

Well, I’d like to smile just for this time

You know how much I love to see you crying

Just because I know you’re lying

 

Incorruptible smile, see the light you irradiate

Dear, you’re degrading your pale yellow color to gray

For I was the machine checking your vital signs

But now I’m unplugged to see your stained soul

 

Well, I’d like to smile just for this time

You know how much I love to see you crying

Just because I know you’re lying

 

I’d love to hear your name, sunshine

You confuse me with your fake smiles

 

Oh, I’d love to hear your name, little sunshine

You’re just a terrible liar, darling

 

Well, I’d like to smile just for this time

You know how much I love to see you crawling

Just because I know you’re faking

 

Well, I’d like to smile for one last time

You know how much I love to see you falling

Just because I know that you were lying

© 2011 Ian


Author's Note

Ian
A true personal experience, ripped out from deep inside my heart...
To my little sunshine, with the most sincere desire to stab you, your loving friend...
Have a nice life...

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I loved this poem, or is this a song? it could be a song but anyways, i love the lyrics. It's so well written and my favorite line was :'Lure so perfectly disguised in a friendship dress'. And I can relate to you on this one. There's people who are just messed up out there and who will hurt you,makes you want to see them hurt like you did. With all this being said, awesome poem

Posted 13 Years Ago


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I love it :). i relate to it ^^.

Posted 13 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I loved this poem, or is this a song? it could be a song but anyways, i love the lyrics. It's so well written and my favorite line was :'Lure so perfectly disguised in a friendship dress'. And I can relate to you on this one. There's people who are just messed up out there and who will hurt you,makes you want to see them hurt like you did. With all this being said, awesome poem

Posted 13 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Wow, I loved it! The images were so strong and you used such creative language! Really well done!

Posted 13 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I really like this poem, and not because I condone hatred, even the deserved kind; we are not a game, are we? :]

Posted 13 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Great writee! long time i didnt read a new pome from you!! its awsome... so deep yewt so good expressioned. :D i wish i could read more soon :D

Posted 13 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

wow, this is intense, and writtin so welll. I truely adore this poem.

Posted 13 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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