Mother Child Poem

I wrote this when I was in the physic ward. its about my mom


© Tess Watson
You say that you hate lairs
But look at you
Lying through clenched teeth
Trying to hide it
Trying to make it seem like youíre so sure of yourself
That what youíre saying is the truth
But itís a lie and I can see it so clearly now
I wish others could to
Cause that would be the end of you
Can you even tell where the lies end
And you begin anymore?


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Published: Jun 2008

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