Karissa Earley

Rookie (october 18,1993 / cambridge ohio)

Alone


When your around other girls;
i pretend that i dont care.
I look the other way,
and act like your not there.

I fight back the tears,
that slowly burn my face.
Later will come the pain,
i know ill have to embrace.

I'll curl up in a ball,
and let your face fade away.
There is nothing more i can try,
nothing more to say.

It kills me,
when you ignore me.
Even though,
you will never see.

That one day,
i wont be there.
expecially for a man,
that i have to share

Submitted: Wednesday, September 09, 2009

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  • Rookie - 22 Points Kaio Clark (1/31/2012 7:55:00 PM)

    This poem is heart-wrenching. I'm so sorry for the pian you are feeling. If it makes you feel a bit of warmth inside, I think the poem is brillant (Report) Reply

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