Treasure Island

OLAYEMI AYO


The Lonely Path


One one lonely Lonely lonely one Lonely lonely Londoner I am very very lonely Loneliness is killing me in a lonely path I am frustrated Lonely at heart At the lonely path of London street, i walk on a lonely path The path that is wide is noisy very busy The lonely path is the narrow path very peaceful We all want peace

Submitted: Wednesday, July 18, 2012

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  • Olayemi Ayo (7/19/2012 6:28:00 AM)

    The poem is about the path we have chosen to travel to foreign country. Despite the luxury we have, we are still lonely. No Famiy, no friends to show that they care. We will easily get frustrated about life. (Report) Reply

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