Truth

Truth

A Poem by Lorame

Words came out
But my heart didn’t speak
It was shut away
And it was far too weak
To make its way out
To make itself heard
So all was impaired
And all was blurred
The words I told you
Once, twice before
I wish I could take back
Or tell you to ignore
It’s not what I meant
It’s not what had to be said
I listened to the wrong thing
I followed my head
Now I hope I’m not too late
To give my heart a chance
To accept the hand you reached out
When you offered to dance
Tonight I’ll tell you the truth
I hope you are still there
Tonight I'll tell you the truth
I hope that you still care

© 2011 Lorame


My Review

Would you like to review this Poem?
Login | Register




Reviews

This is a great poem!

Posted 9 Years Ago


[send message][befriend] Subscribe
Jon
Great peom! Its not allways easy holdin back something as complicated as love inside, ive down it and it kinda stinks! Good write:D

Posted 9 Years Ago


Completely amazing, Lorame. Such a gift you have for words of rhyme. A beautiful poem, filled with wonderful thoughts of hope and love and chance. Poems which speak in pleasant streams of truth always have such a positive reaction with me. I can feel each word as if I had written them myself. I understand this piece, love it. It was a quiet, sincere apology and yet you showed that you have never really stopped caring for the person, you were just too hurt to see your heart clearly at the time. Gorgeous words of hope!

Posted 9 Years Ago


There are plenty of times when the situations we are in makes us lose all control of our hearts and our minds. They seem to function totally independent of each other and the results can hurt. Your poem reflects that wonderfully. Good Job!

Posted 9 Years Ago



Request Read Request
Add to Library My Library
Subscribe Subscribe


Stats

315 Views
4 Reviews
Rating
Added on May 1, 2011
Last Updated on May 1, 2011

Author

Lorame
Lorame

PA



About
http://www.myspace.com/_lorame more..

Writing
This Time This Time

A Poem by Lorame


Perfect Perfect

A Poem by Lorame