Trying Not To Hide

I’d sit and watch,

As you chat and smile.

I’d listen mostly,

Think to interrupt once in a while.

But I couldn’t I’d stay silent,

Enchanted by you.

Your personality,

Shining through.

Your beauty stalling me,

I’d try oh so hard.

But I know I’d fail,

End up watching you depart.

And there’s the regret,

I’d hold for all life.

Too shy to speak up,

Try as I might.

So I’m glad I didn’t see you,

In a cafe or bar.

For there I could only,

Admire from afar.

I’m glad that I met you,

Here in this web.

Where my confidence oozes,

With no sign of dread.

I’m glad that you saw me,

What I hold inside.

For without your love found,

I’d be alone, trying not to hide.

 

 

Voices In Our Head

I’m pondering schizophrenia,

The voices in our heads.

Do we all hear many?

Or are some synchronised instead?

Is it just me thinking?

Or is there someone else within?

When we’re alone,

Is it them suggesting things?

In me my sweet Beauty,

You know you’ve a loving Daddy.

But you also know the other guy,

His name begins with a Zeeee.

You know one loves to snuggle,

The other’s a little more rough.

He loves a dirty fuck!

But Daddy, well, he makes love.

I wonder if you ponder?

Which me do you expect?

I wonder if it excites you?

Not knowing who you’ll get.

 

 

 

You Bring Out

You bring out my best,

Sweet, loving, poetic, rhymes.

You bring out my worst,

Perverted, filth, debauched at times.

You bring out my gent.

Polite, modest, contained, kind.

You bring out my misogynist,

Crude, dirty, leering, unrefined.

You bring out my Daddy,

Caring, snuggly, eager to guide.

You bring out my Beast,

Dominating, selfish, with a one track mind.

You bring out me,

Both side of my psyche.

You bring out who you love,

Each of those of whom I write.