Poetry From The Heart
A mixture of love and hate confronts a mind
brought on by a lover selfish and unkind.
A whirl-wind romance wasn’t analyzed
adorations rob wrongs absent to the eyes.
Passions shut-out objects needing inspection
people get duped by fervors of affections.
People are swayed by words of a forked tongue
whispered in moments of burning fancy fun.
People can get fooled by a joker of words
it causes blindness with words never heard.
A sly fox is aware how to manipulate their prey
takes advantage of them every day.
Selections are wise in a love and hate situation
people are bamboozled until implications.
Don’t fall in love with a forked tongue talker
drawing people into their web without falter.
A sly fox is aware how to use their prey
they toss them around play after play.
People love them one minute, hate them the next
they live a life of being put to the test.
A sly fox distracts and plays many games
leaves a person hurting and living in shame.
Be a “Wise Old Owl” and watch all their moves
if you don’t…you’re sure going to be used.
Barbara Kasey Smith is the writer of this poem – Copyright 2014 – Use by Permission Only.