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Nautica Moxley


Alone


When I'm alone,
I'm free,
Free from all the judgment,
Free from all the hate,
Free from the world,
I can be anything I wanna be,
And in my mind go anywhere I wanna go,
No one can hurt me,
Steal my joy,
Or bring me down,
I'm free from the negative,
And I embrace the positive,
Cuz when I'm alone,
I believe I can fly,
In my R Kelly mood,
Cuz I believe I can touch the sky,
Nothing and no one can touch me,
I'm invincible,
I'm unstoppable,
I contain a power of an infinite amount,
I wanna be alone,
No, I need to be alone,
I am alone.

Submitted: Sunday, August 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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  • Gold Star - 11,765 Points Mandolyn ... (8/10/2014 10:08:00 PM)

    being alone can be one of the best things in life
    just make sure you get out sometimes and wave at the crazy people.
    dance in a parking lot before you go inside, then dance inside
    before you come back out.
    use a coupon as much as possible- even though they probably jacked the price up
    so it's really not saving you anything. still....
    just say I got a coupon! and smile REAL BIG at the cashier.
    I bet it makes their day
    and I bet they won't want to feel like being alone after that. (Report) Reply

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