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What I Fear
I know you're lying
but you think I don't know.
You think your lies I'm buying,
but instead it's killing my soul.
What she doesn't know won't hurt her
that's what you always thought.
The moment we met is just a blur,
but my feelings I had not fought.
What you didn't know
is when I walked into our home
with all your guiltiness starting to show.
Nothing explained clearer than your eyes that continued to roam.
"She's in here!" I screamed
searching through each and every place
"Please! I'm sorry," he said, scared is what he seemed.
I flew through our house as if it were a race.
My words turned into one, they weren't very clear.
"But I love you, I love you, my dear."
"If this is how you love me, hate is what I fear."