Alone says...

March 14, 2011
By writerMary GOLD, Plainfield, New Jersey
writerMary GOLD, Plainfield, New Jersey
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The word “Alone” speaks volumes
It’s the night sky without stars
The moon just half full, standing in the cold darkness by itself
It’s a seed dropped into the desert without water
And when the wind blows by a tainted red rose all the petals fall off leaving only a steam, barely green of life, to wither away
“Alone” is me standing on the top of a building watching the trees grow into rainbows
My hands reaching in the air to feel the warmth of a corpse
With my soul in a vacant grave sleeping till eternity ends
“Alone” is love desperate trying to find a friend in this world of abhor shadows
It’s a bomb dropped from the blue sky turning it grey as ashes begin to rain while we dream
Alone speak volumes
It is the air with no oxygen
A heart with no blood
A foot in the air dangling peaceful as I breathe the night air
Tears falling down with smiles in a heart
And death, just death standing outside a fence with its skin blacker than our souls
“Alone” sings a beautiful melody into the the dark

The author's comments:
I wrote this is class one day, I wasn't sad or depress I just felt like something had to be said and only I knew what to say. Hope you like it

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on Sep. 16 2011 at 12:16 pm
BookOwl PLATINUM, Bristol, Tennessee
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Favorite Quote:
"It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed." Theodore Roosevelt

Wow i totally get what you mean, would you check out my poem 'Never Ending Night'?


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