D.L. Aceves (July 21,1982 / California)
All alone I reside
In a room to myself—
All by myself where no one else
Is allowed to step inside.
A little space of peace and solace—
A place—where I can hide.
No better place to spend my time;
Each and every day—
For here I find it safe to stay
Inside this room of mine.
A little space to get away—
A place—to ease my mind.
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