Hannah Bradford

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A World Without You

A world without you
Would be a world with disquise
always hiding frm the questioning eyes
yet they never raise and tell the truth
Always stuck downwards imagining you

A world without you
Would be a world with no love
Left alone filled with pain
And gasping for air

A world without you
Would be a world of regret
Always wondering if it was something
I did or said

A world without you
Would be a world of no tomorrows
I would have nothing left
Except for my tears and sorrows

A world without you
Would be a world hard to bare
Left on my own
Trying to hide the despair

Submitted: Friday, January 08, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, August 03, 2010
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  • Rookie - 813 Points Cynthia Buhain-baello (1/9/2010 5:51:00 AM)

    Beautiful and excellently composed.10++++
    The poem is well-written with all th elements of a real poem- rhyme, meter, content, flow, and the final line as conclusion. There is unity of thought and simplicity or words that convey the meaning effectively. Keep writing in this style!
    'Poems without rhyme may fly but they will never soar.' (DAvid Lewis Paget) (Report) Reply

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