Lora Colon

Silver Star - 3,424 Points (26 September 1944 / Missouri - United States)

Lora Colon Poems

1. This Nearly Was Mine 4/8/2013
2. Remembering 4/11/2013
3. The Garden Of Loneliness 4/22/2013
4. The Journal 7/25/2013
5. Where The Nightingales Flew 5/7/2013
6. The Lonely Visitor 10/22/2013
7. To Be Free! 11/16/2013
8. Let Me Go 12/5/2013
9. My Gypsy Boy 1/13/2014
10. Panic! 2/18/2014
11. A New Day 1/6/2015
12. Pieces Of Yesterday 2/17/2015
13. The Awakening 4/6/2015
14. A Good Day 4/11/2015
15. Resistance 4/20/2015
16. A Dirge To His Name 5/1/2015
17. Earthbound -new- 5/18/2015
18. I Dream 2/9/2015
19. Forest Of The Damned 3/25/2015
20. All Through The Night 2/1/2015
21. Drunken Desire 11/10/2013
22. Don'T Leave Me Here 4/7/2013
23. Eternally Yours 8/10/2013
24. We Become As One 11/6/2013
25. Unified Hearts 1/19/2014
26. Say When 2/3/2014
27. When We Were Together 5/28/2013
28. The Book Of Fate 5/5/2013
29. Lost In His Eyes 11/18/2013
30. Just Once 10/19/2013
31. I Think Of The Man 1/3/2015
32. I Wish We Could Be Together 5/7/2015
33. It Was Written All Wrong 8/8/2014
34. The Love Of Birds 9/1/2014
35. The Love Thief 9/16/2014
36. Life Without Love 11/30/2014
37. On The Outside..... Looking In 12/7/2014
38. Separate Paths 12/27/2014
39. He Was My Life 3/2/2015
40. Fear 11/4/2013
Best Poem of Lora Colon

Moonstruck

I was talking to the moon
Just the other night,
Telling him how much
I admired his light;

And then without warning,
Much to my dismay,
The moon got all teary-eyed
And asked me to look away;

He said I had no idea
How lonely it gets up there,
Watching lovers all over the world
Every night of the year;

But he quickly recovered
And apologized in shame,
I told him I understood,
Loneliness was my middle name;

We exchanged our stories
Long into the night,
Then the sun came up
And the moon dimmed his light.

But ...

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Loneliness

I can't get away from the loneliness,
It hangs over me like a cloud,
It follows me like a stray, hungry dog,
It waits for me in the crowd.

It used to pant and claw at my door,
I resisted, but I knew it would win,
It found the key hidden under the mat
And now it just lets itself in.

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