All Alone - Poem by Katherine Robbins
We talk about your pains, but what about mine?
I sit with you, but you always leave when I cry.
I really need a friend, but there's no one I trust.
The only person who understands, I have to get to by bus.
I feel really bad, but at times it seems no one cares.
The burden I am carring is to large for me to bare.
If I could lift the burden off of me I think I could be okay.
But now there is no one around to hear what I have to say.
As tears roll down my cheeks, I climb in the water.
I grab my legs as I sit, and I cry harder.
What seems like hours, the pain is finnaly gone.
Looks like this battle is not ment to be won.
I sit alone in the dark, but hear you calling my name.
I really do love you, but your love isn't the same.
Soon everythings quiet, and I am at peace at last.
All alone forever in my dark, lonely bath.
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