You Pulled Wool Over my eyes

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    You Pulled Wool Over my eyes

    YOU PULLED THE WOOL OVER MY EYES

    WE BEGAN THIS JOURNEY TOGETHER ALL THE WAY;
    LOVING ONE ANOTHER UNCONDITIONALLY.
    NEVER DID I IMAGINE THAT YOU WOULD FEEL THE NEED STRAY.

    I SAILED OUT THIS BOAT OF TRUE LOVE;
    WHAT I GOT WAS SO SO LOVE.
    BUT NEVER DID I IMAGINE THAT SO SO LOVE WAS REGRET LOVE.

    I NEEDED THIS FEELING OF CERTANTY;
    KNOWING THAT YOU WOULD BE THERE TO HOLD ME DOWN. NEVER DID I IMAGINE THAT ID BE A VICTIM OF INFADELITY.

    I HELD ON SO TIGHT TO THIS FALSE REALITY;
    FALSE BECAUSE IT WASNT MY REALITY BUT YOURS.
    NEVER DID IMAGINE THAT YOUR UNTRUE WOULD BECOME MY TRAGEDY.

    I LET GO SO MUCH OF MY FEARS YET HOLDING ON TO YOUR LIES;
    ERODING MY INTER THOUGHTS SO FAITHFULLY.
    I GUESS IN THE END YOU PULLED THE WOOL OVER MY EYES.

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    MyWordsSpoken commented on You Pulled Wool Over my eyes

    02-08-2011

    Thank you guys so much havent been on here in a minute...but im back with new material

    mdpoetgirl commented on You Pulled Wool Over my eyes

    10-21-2009

    Powerful emotion within this poem. Great writing.

    Mosfabulous commented on You Pulled Wool Over my eyes

    07-23-2009

    That was deep. U have got talent like i said before. All your poems are good and keep on writing.

    leticiaharlan commented on You Pulled Wool Over my eyes

    03-21-2009

    that good girl

    dangedmanjr commented on You Pulled Wool Over my eyes

    03-21-2009

    nice...sounds painful

    Poetry is not an expression of the party line. It's that time of night, lying in bed, thinking what you really think, making the private world public, that's what the poet does.

    Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) U.S. poet.

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