You can't run

June 8, 2012
By Katieanneliese SILVER, Cocoa Beach, Florida
Katieanneliese SILVER, Cocoa Beach, Florida
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Favorite Quote:
“It is a dull sensation, your heart breaking, like the sound of a pebble dropping on the sand. Not a shattering, not a tearing apart, there is nothing shrill or grandiose about the sensation. It is merely an internal realization that something treasured you never knew you had is leaving forever.”

I'm an independent young lady,
Strong and brave
A little lonesome, maybe.
I can handle most things on my own
Although I always feel afraid
Because I can't bare being alone.
I try to ignore the seclusion
Maybe turn the television a little louder
To make this seem like an illusion.
But I soon realize that drowning the lonesome out
It doesn't work the way I wanted
I hide under my blanket and begin to pout.
Maybe it's something I can hide from
And after a day
Then a week
And before I know it months
But still the feeling of loneliness won't let me run.

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