Eleanor ...


An Empty Place - Poem by Eleanor ...

For quite a time
This world has been
an empty place
To me.
I have not seen your face
But thought that you exist
Prevents from crumbling.

For quite a time
I have not seen a sense
in my existing
Except that one –
Intangible, unreal,
And yet persisting.

Where are you, friend?
Where are you, someone in the dark,
the hiding one, the misty?
I stretch my hand.
You take it.
You are not alone.
And let us stop existing.

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Comments about An Empty Place by Eleanor ...

  • (7/3/2005 4:45:00 PM)

    its good but i dont seem to get it that much. i like your tone and the way you wrote it and the word misty is awesome in it. although, whats your point? (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 9, 2005



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