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crystal ruth


Alone


Through these halls
I walk alone.
In the classrooms
where I sit with many others
I am still, yet alone.
In the Cafeteria
the same thing there goes as well
I am there, yet I am not seen.

Alone is where I am
no matter where I go.
I am here, I am there,
I am everywhere.
And standing there
I try to get
your undivided attention
because I am tired
of being in solitary,
yet I continue to be
invisible to your seeing eye.

Alone is the word
it is who I've become
as you continue to walk by.

ALONE

Is now my name.

Submitted: Saturday, November 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: alone


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  • Gold Star - 11,765 Points Mandolyn ... (11/15/2014 7:53:00 PM)

    i would lose the last two lines
    end it at
    as you continue to walk by.

    reminds me of the poetry i used to write when i was very young-
    a wall flower. (Report) Reply

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