Treasure Island

Megan Reily


People Everywhere


People, people everywhere.
The ones you know.
The ones you don’t.
Most blend in a way,
You cannot comprehend.

People, people everywhere.
There are so many out there.
Most pass by your life,
Without knowing your name.
But some, some are different.

People, people everywhere.
Touching your heart,
In a way no ones else can.
Love, fear, hate, pain, joy,
They all come from,

People, people everywhere.
Where do they go when they leave?
Back to a home or cave?
Maybe to pass by your eyes again.
One day, maybe they can stay.
But for now it’s lonely,
For now it hurts,
When you are alone.
When there is no,

People, people everywhere.

Submitted: Sunday, September 18, 2011
Edited: Monday, September 19, 2011

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