Truth in a Lie

You’ll see it is no lie
When we touch, kiss and lie,
A sweet simple palpable proof
That love is truth.

You’ll see it is no lie
When our hearts thrum one rhythm,
A silent anthem
That is amplified by the truth of love.

You’ll see it is no lie
When I blister my soul’s palm’s and knees
In a return from travel of mischief
And your firm love collects me from the dirt.

You’ll see it is no lie
When you reverie my smile or kiss,
A kiss of comfort in distressing minutes;
A moment you cherish in harsh business.

You’ll see it is no lie
When in your world of sleep
We stand face to face in a nuptial
Before the minister and his excited congregation
And vow – for better or for worse.

You’ll certainly see it has never been a lie
When my tongue speaks an enticing lie
To keep alive and nigh the truth
Buried deep in the lie; my life’s joy’s poof.

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