Aiden Florence

Rookie (Los Angels)

Element of Coalesce


One has distress
Another’s got a hopeless longing
There exists such sorrow
Our precious treasured element
“Affection”

Life would be so valuable
To know that every personal you’d pass by
Is embracing you in their heart
Alluring you with a warm smile day after day

One has distress
Another’s got a hopeless longing
There exists such sorrow
Our precious treasured element
“Connection”

If you were to come across a girl in deep sorrow,
What would you do?
If you have distress, what can you do?
Would being there for her be enough to divulge the light?

For the first time, I feel like I didn’t say enough
Don’t stop breathing, this is only the beginning
I can’t keep swimming in this bitter world, knowing that you’re alone
I hate what the world’s done to you, to I, to us

One has distress
Another’s got a hopeless longing
There exists such sorrow
Our precious treasured element
“Love”

Look closely on the floor, you’ll see with your own eyes
The path that we took all those years to get here has already disintegrated

Submitted: Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 02, 2011
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  • Rookie Janelle Morehart (9/11/2007 9:28:00 PM)

    Affection, Connection and Love. A few of the many values in the humankind. Too much of it fabricated through meaningless lies. Does that make them non-exsistant or rare? Either way I feel that this poem depicts the answer to my question. To those who are desperate it is rare and to those in distress it is non-exsistant. Great work as always, i look forward to more writing. (Report) Reply

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