I Know You

I know you

as me before

when smile it

lies ignored.

Dive into it

through me,

see identity

sore breathe.

I’m not happy

to think when

seen once more

is me again.

I my patience,

if left behind,

calls emotion

to burn inside.

I know you,

you are fine.

A discourse

an eye hides.

Can’t lie no

deceit you are;

in your soul

it is bizzare.

Lift up others

we’ve simply

felt a warmth,

a heart gently.

We do search

a gesture apply

we do to heal

little white lies.

No nefarious

song we sing

to other ears

for to please.

I need candor

only you supply

so I know if I’m

any way blind.