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Somewhere


Somewhere
Somewhere out there
There's someone like you
Maybe poor
Maybe cold
Maybe alone
With no one to hold

Somewhere
Somewhere out there
There's someone living your pain
Like a figurative rain
In the storm
In the dark
As they fall
Leaving no mark

You might think you're alone
But you're never really alone
Unless you're stuck on a concreted desolate island
Which is unlikely

This poem didn't really go how I wanted it to
But I hope I got my message across
Don't drown in self-pity
Because it isn't really your loss

And just pity those
Who look down on you
They think that they're better
But they don't have a clue

And so learn from this poem
That turned out badly wrong
Because we all know
That I have no idea what rhymes with wrong

Submitted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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  • Rookie - 387 Points Maya Hanson (10/27/2013 4:30:00 PM)

    no. just no.
    rhymes with wrong: long. and gong. and bong. and, u guessed it, SONG. (Report) Reply

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