Ghosts That Were Never Really There – Written November 2006 (Aged 31)

Ghosts That Were Never Really There

they felt that they had got closer
to the truth
than anyone had before
that they had found
an inner truth like some magical door
a truth that had never been seen
despite knowing nothing at all
they placed their own ideals
and their own beliefs onto me
they saw ghosts,
which were never really there
and of course,
there two sides to every story
two sides to every coin
and if you relish jigsaws
then then pieces have to join
there is my side of the story
the side that never really got told
you want some kind of justice and fairness
maybe you need to look at yourself




James Garratt – November 2006


More poems at
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More about this blog, The Boy Behind the Glasses, here
 https://theboybehindtheglasses.com/2020/01/08/the-boy-behind-the-glasses-an-introduction/ 


More poems from 2006 here
https://theboybehindtheglasses.com/category/poems-and-writing-2006/poems-april-2006/

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