A liar weaves a web of deceit,
With words that twist and turn and cheat,
A fabric spun with threads of lies,
That leads to tangled webs and sighs.
A liar speaks with practiced ease,
A skill honed through countless deceits,
Each word a trap, each phrase a snare,
That lures the unsuspecting there.
A liar's words can charm and flatter,
A siren's song that seems to matter,
But underneath the sweet façade,
Lies a web of lies, a treacherous fraud.
Beware the liar's silver tongue,
And heed the warning it has sung,
For lies can bring us to our knees,
And leave us lost and all at sea.
So let us learn to spot the signs,
Of those who lie and undermine,
And hold fast to the truth we seek,
For in its light we find the peace we seek.
🔘 King Redwine