Athena Goddess of Wisdom Lumis Light to all


I Am Alone (Part Two)


I am alone
Alone, alone
Artily alone.
I cry out
For help,
For understanding,
For a friend,
But no one hears.

I go to my death
All alone.
I am alone
In a world
Where I am
Lost to my friends.
It seems I must travel this road
Alone with no one to turn to.

I am alone
In a world
Where my friends
Have left me
To die from
A heavy hart.
I am alone
My friends are not my friends.

There are a few that I can name
They have stayed with me.
As long as they can.
Now that they have left.

I am Qalme Tari Mistress of Death Nat Norville.
Cretics Welcome

Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2009

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