Alone And Forgotten - Poem by Selina Gurgacz
It all began when I couldn’t walk,
They left me outside on the sidewalk.
With no food or water,
I thought that I would only last a day or so.
I was all alone.
As people walked by,
They just stared at me and kept walking.
I knew that after a while that I would loose my speech and my hearing.
Then I knew that I was certainly,
Alone and forgotten.
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