by Abe Ignonce
Think of all the places you have never been
The bedroom doors cracked you barge in
And break up friendships' and families' ties
To deliver your auspicious, hammered lines:
"I'd have sworn I thought we had something
But you, Dear Guy, have shown it's nothing!"
Their frightened mugs, dim wits, and dimmer eyes
Bewildered betray, provoke their complicit crimes.
You could show them such a better time fake
If not real, the delusional pain is easy to take
The first in a waltz of steps from inside to out
Trust more real under tension of reasonable doubt
But who are you to be where you have never been!
To ruin what you have never had and never seen!
Get out, Dear Lady, get out of the habit of lies
Truer things unproven easy enough undo lovers' lives.