Intention

To lie in story — But

Truth in literary lies

Lies to entertain – Lies to hide

Sometimes in memory –

Alternative fact – The sky was gray that

Day – No, it was brilliant blue

There were three witnesses – No,

There were four … The horse was black

No, painted…

The purposeful lie – The accidental truth

Fate and Time are Truthful –

But not to us, always

We tell our truth in so many ways –

Unaware. Smooth botoxed face out –

Plaqued arteries in

Our hearts and our eyes spill one

Way or another

What is our intention?

M. Raynes

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