Alone - Poem by Macwolls Kay
She sits alone and flips a page
The story of her life revealed within
Years in vain, an endless search
Visually perceptible, he was to be
Distinctively defined with a sense of humor
A priceless treasure, a gem in a rock.
Ephemeral glitter, fleeting praise
Gargantuan ego and self-indulged
Inextricably bound to his inner self
She lacked the will to set him free
So she looked away and let him drown.
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