ACID RAIN, Poetry by Cathy Hammer

WILDsound Writing and Film Festival Review

Genre: Relationships

ACID RAIN by Cathy Hammer

Embellish it, boy, embellish it again. You can’t tell the truth you’ll lie over and over just to win. Don’t forget to tie your lies up with pretty little bows to make them just a little bit easier for me to swallow.

Boys like you are like acid rain and girls like me take it over and over again. Boys like you like to hand out pain and girls like me just seem to stay.

Oh, boy, what a trip you are you make me want to run my keys down the side of your car. Oh, baby, what a day it will be when I take one last look at you and set myself free.

I don’t want to be here I just want to go. I’m so damn tired of living under a blackened rainbow. I don’t want to stand and…

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