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Who Say's Grown Men Don't Cry

Updated on April 28, 2017

I once sat beside a Man who tried with tears to make me understand

His Life you see would be empty of all meaning

If he were to be without me

I sat and watched as tears brought forth

And pleading eyes to me

All that was good and pure and kind

I once sat beside a Man who with tears in his eyes

Begged of me not to forsake him and the tears did urgently flow

As did the longing within me to believe

I blocked out the twinkle and the lies

And focused on his tear filled eyes

Yes I once sat beside a Man whose tears were shadowed by lies and deceit

But within my heart, I knew it wrought

But I needed to see and hear the false

I listen no more to tales of woe

And tears that flow in gentle drops that tell a tale

Of heartbreak and never stopped

Grown Men do cry you see when it's a tale of woe and misery

To get their way and have you believe that the lies they tell

Cut's them deep

I once sat beside a Man who dared to convince me that

It was just his way

The tears they were so genuine and sprang freely

But alas my tears did not affect him seemly

Written in a letter 2007.

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