The Underground Garden: Tissue Issues


 

Truth Allegiance Not All Lie Agents

Stop acting like we know each other.
We’ve always been strangers of the most gracious kind
But we ain’t down for each other
Let’s just clear up the lie.

The time it takes for us to be friends is up until appears pretend
Hypocrisy lends
I’m not in the market for borrow
I know the value of sorrow
I don’t need to know you tomorrow.

No ice ice steamed
Cheers to all holding dreams
Walls do not contain good wishes
Life is defined by involvement with life.

I do take it personal

If I bother you
Easy
Let’s agree I’m no good
If the cause is my nature and frustrated grows yours
Pick a door
I carry coins
Not keys
People choose I over Me.

See moments for self not the meaning
Of the moment awakening within their company
You do not need to know me
You only need to be seen
Looking back at others blindly.

I’m bothersome
I bother some
With the compass engrained in my corneas
Blind spots caught by beacons in four corners
Just chill.

Savages kill obsessed to instill their beliefs with ill will
Force their pathway on all as hear their call or take a fall for what they need to stand around.

Your circus your clowns.

In these big old towns
Nightmares without sound remain memorized
We better not meet eye to eye.

Blessed be

The all seen the all meant to be and the joy of living falsehood free free free

We shouldn’t try to act like there’s a meaning to the other’s been seen being
Been seen that being muted visions manifest beget
Forget be get the regret incorrect check crashed the market.

On me there is no target
For a stranger’s eye.

Try not to meet mine

You live with and as the why and, you know,

Big kids don’t cry.

 

Liza Zayas is a lover of writing and dancing and celebrates both as a singer and songwriter performing as Luna del Flor. You can hear her collaborative sounds and experience life through her storytelling. She invites you to dance. Her poetry seeks to initiate dialogue by intentionally expressing consequences of love, lust, ego and self-respect.

 

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