Karley Kay

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Atleast Someone Listens (For Him) Poem by Karley Kay


Darkness begins to fall
But this time I'm not alone
This time someone is here
This time someone is listening.

Smiling at the phone in my hand
I read the message and laugh
Smiling to myself as I reply
Glad someone is here tonight.

I look forward to each time we talk
It's not a crush, just happiness
At someone to talk to,
Someone to listen.

Everyone else is busy
You have time to talk
You listen while I ramble on
But you say you don't mind.

So glad to have found friendship
So nice to have someone to listen
As the events in my life unfold
Thanks so much for listening.

You make me laugh,
You help distract me
When I'm upset or irritated
You treat me like an equal.

You don't talk down to me
You don't tell me to grow up
You just are there to listen
And it helps a lot.

Thanks so much, I really mean it
I look forward to the next time we talk
And maybe next time
You can talk, and I will listen.

Submitted: Monday, March 05, 2012

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