Real Conversations

She wants to know when they’re happy but not when they’re sad,

When they’re laughing out loud, but not when they’re mad.

He expresses his feelings, but when THEY do it’s not fine,

Unless they think alike. That’s OK… Both on the same side.

He says he feels lonely, but stays away from the real,

From eyes that look out the same window, but see a different world.

There are times when it’s not about what’s right or wrong,

We all walk different paths, dig different ditches, and have to scale different walls.

Will things change, will they realise they can put the lonely away,

Get off their cellphones, and have real conversations face to face?

Published by Anitaelise

Anitaelise teaches piano lessons at Anitaelise Piano Studio and writes poetry and essays at The Relaxed Housekeeper. The blogs - and are written and owned by her and published in accordance with the copyright notice at the footer of each blog.

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