CHAMELEON

Posted: April 1, 2013 in Poetry
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Changing colors

Colors changing

Eyes red from tears shed

Opaque excuses, clearly the she is not the offender

The pretender is he, hiding behind digital walls, deciding not to call

His colors changing, ranging from hot Sun yellow (anger

To deep dark ocean blue (sadness

The danger and the madness of mood swings

She sings songs silently, silent sirens swallowing silence

Of the systems soft supple kiss

Her case was missed as he didn’t, his hands embracing her face

With open palms, she tried to calm him down but he was Red

Her face matched his mood, c’mon dude,

stop hitting her,

just stop

…stop

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