Liar in Disguise

by Chandra Sundeep
Gian D

You said you’d be here, through thick and thin,
Eternal, forever, abundant,
You promised me respect, love, always.

So where are you now that I need you?
Suddenly, completely disappeared,
Just leaving me hanging, all alone.

Your soft, sweet, kind words; were they all fake?
Deceiver, imposter, betrayer,
A liar in disguise; all un-true.


I wrote this poetry in the form of Nine Square.

A nine-line poem, divided into three stanzas
each stanza has three lines
each line has nine syllables
The first line of each stanza must contain nine monosyllables.
The second line must contain three words of three syllables each.
The third line must have a one-two, one-two, one-two syllabic structure
(this means that the first word in the third line is a one-syllable word, the second word is a two-syllable word etc… nine syllables in total)

This poetry is part of Tale-A-Thlon challenge conducted by Penmancy.

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