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SamM Wild


It's Another Day


It's another rainy day in this busy but lonely city.
It's another endless day in which I strive to be seen.
It's another tedious day where I stop to touch her hand.
It's another lonely day where I realise I'm dead inside.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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A short poem about a lonely friend of mine, who in some respects, cannot be helped out of his depression. I wrote it, to honour his feeling. He recently revealed to me some serious issues he is dealing with, and I felt like I wanted to covey those words though this.

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