Simply Alone - Poem by susan covington
Simply alone as an angel cries
Becoming empty as all her
Simply alone she sits by a window
Bearing wishes of death to Un-fold
Simply alone with out her own home
Beside a story of healing worry
Simply alone and simply Un-known
Simply because she is simply alone
Hope hides hope lies hope cries does hope die?
Or does hope again try?
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