Sofia May


There's Them and There's Me


They all laugh
They all talk
They all smile
I sit here alone
I don't laugh
I don't talk
I don't smile
They all have friends
They all are happy
They all joke around
I sit here alone
I don't have friends
I'm not happy
I don't joke
They all say I do it for attention
They all say I'm selfish
They all say I'm shallow
I sit here alone
I don't do it for attention
I'm not selfish
I'm not shallow
They roll their eyes
They think bad thoughts
They break me by the minute
I sit here alone
I sit here alone
I sit here alone
I sit here alone
I sit here alone
I sit here alone
I sit here alone
I sit here alone

Submitted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 14, 2013

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I guess this is just a bunch of my thoughts put together and called a poem but its about people I know and I wrote it when I saw a girl sitting all alone and no one talked to her. She looked so sad so I went over and talked to her. It made her so happy to feel liked so next time you see someone sitting all alone don't be afraid to go up a say hi.

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