A Fool

Look at the stars they shine so bright,
smile some more and you may get a fright.
The face on the tower says half past two,
there is only one fool between me and you,
but it ain’t you so guess who.

The hanged man swings,
In the howling wind.
While the hermit moves into his house.
Death awaits each and every one,
As the chimes toll quarter past three.

A card I turn,
To see the face,
Queen of hearts,
It shows your face.

Look at the stars they shine so bright,
smile some more and you may get a fright.
The face on the clock says half past three.
There is only one fool.
And I am afraid its not you.
But me.

I’m a fool for thinking,
I could love someone else,
Tried to move on, but always drawn to you.
You make the sun shine through the rain,
No matter what the cards show,
My feelings remain.

© 2011-2016

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Categorised as love, Poems

By Bryan Deakin

Hello and welcome to my site, my name is Bryan Deakin, 35yr old from Scotland. A Dyspraxic, Poet, Blogger and Community Activist, I studieda BSc(Hons) Sustainable Development, at the University of Highlands and Islands. Lover of all things Greek and Finnish, and a keen and active member of Falkirk SNP. Prior I was Vice President of Simple Machines, and Project Manager at Simple Machines Forum (SMF).

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