Why tell you are naked

a poem by Reginold Ajay Jacob, India

From our hearts of heart, we know
That they are a bunch of lies,
Yet we act, as if, we don't know,
Not distinguishing truth from lies.

Have you, acted ignorantly,
Don't you know, they are lies,
Why tell the naked king
Clothes are missing, don't try.

In the world, some lies are so old,
They have attained the status of truth,
Live, and let others live, is the principle,
Who is bothered, about the truth?

Socrates spoke the truth,
What did he gain in return,
A bowl full of poison,
To the philosopher, was served.

Speak, what the world, wants to know,
Truth, let it go, let it go,
Life or death is a choice
Tell me, what you wanted, to know.

Where do I stand
All my poems
Tell me doctor

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