Cleo Blue

(Midnight / The Dark Cloud of Angels)

Anyone out there?

Anyone out there? ....
I'd like to know...
Because no one's here.
I'm all alone.

I feel lonely
As i am alone.
And the reason is only,
Because i am on my own.

Without you here.
To hold me close.
I shed a tear,
When i'm alone.

PLease just don't leave me here.
On my own.
Anybody out there?
I'd like to know...

Submitted: Friday, November 02, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I am trying to make a new poem for every; etter of the alphabet but with homeschool crap i don't have enough time except late at night so i was writing them all down in a notebook and my lil'bro wanted me to sleep in his room because he was scared of the dark or somethingand i needed light to write so i sat in the hallway....anyway this is! and just tell me if i should change the name to Alone or anything else but it has to start with A.

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  • Brianna Winebarger (11/29/2012 7:39:00 AM)

    Like the flow of is pretty good. Nut I think you need to work a lil hard to express your feelings. IT is a great poem, just needs more emotion. Great job (Report) Reply

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