The Princess is

Veteran Poet - 1,940 Points (The Castle)

Secrets Poem by The Princess is


I like to tell you secrets
it is a fault of mine you see
I cannot keep my mouth shut
I want to reveal all of me
I like to tell you my secrets
the thrill of shock and awe
I like you to know every part of me
I like you to see every flaw
So that I know you will still love me
when you stay by my side
take the good with the bad
and there will be nothing to hide
but will your perception of me be spoiled
now that secrets are revealed
Will your love for me now be unreal?

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: secrets


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  • Gold Star - 7,007 Points Khairul Ahsan (8/10/2014 7:00:00 AM)

    That's a million Dollar question you have asked. But in my opinion, by revealing your secrets you have unburdened yourself. Now his love for you will be tested. If his love is real, he will continue to love you regardless of the secrets you told him.
    The dilemma of a woman's mind after revealing her secrets to her lover has been very well portrayed in this poem. (Report) Reply

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