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Aria Mendez

Rookie (06-12-1991 / Monterrey, MX)

The Bar


What good is a bar
if no one is there
The stools
empty
The booths
lonely

But, look closely
for I may look lonely
But, i am cheerful
and peaceful

For I
am not sad
that a souls
not around

Don't get me wrong
I long for the laughter
and the fun that we have

But what good can I be
if no rest be near

Good is a bar
when no one
is here
I look lonely
and empty
But feel
peace and relief

I look forward
to the company
but for now...

It looks lonely
and empty

But, feel
It's
peace and relief

For what good can the bar be
if we near it, don't let it rest

Submitted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012
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