Façade

June 10, 2010
By zekephoto SILVER, Vancouver, Washington
zekephoto SILVER, Vancouver, Washington
9 articles 69 photos 20 comments

Twisted tongues in mumbling mouths,
Smoke and mirrors shredding doubts.
Peeling back the façade mask,
Melting off like candle wax.

Spinning words up Christmas trees,
Shattered lights and falling pleas.
You fool them but can't fool me,
Turn back now; run to the streets.

Low cast lips voice timid tones,
Sideways eyes speak on their own.
Strings of talk surround my head,
Chipping off the fictive ends.

Tangles up in twisted lives,
Dreaming up elusive lies.
Breaking free of old intends,
Sleeping sound in my amends.


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