Jennifer Rondeau

Rookie - 371 Points (03/16/90 / Seoul)

Black And White - Poem by Jennifer Rondeau

My world is black and white,
The colors I see is black and white,
Hold me tight,
Don’t let me go,
See the tears I have cried,
Listen to my cry,
Look into my eyes,
My world is black and white,
Cut my wrist,
Black my eyes,
Blacken these thoughts I think of,
Black and white is all I can see,
The tears is all I can feel,
Feel me fading away,
Watching myself falling apart,
Look deep into my eyes,
Can you see me,
Can you feel the pain I feel,
I don’t understand why I am feeling this sad,
All the moments that once we shared has faded away like others have,
I never did tried to see the beyond the black and white clouds,
I need to face what I have become,
I need to find my way back,
The black and white is all I can see and feel,
My world has been black and white.


Comments about Black And White by Jennifer Rondeau

  • (11/7/2006 8:22:00 AM)


    eh.. so much pain and anguish. i can definetly relate, again. and by the way, this is another excellent poem, i really like how you show your feelings in your writing

    Poet In Pain
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  • (4/6/2006 8:37:00 PM)


    i sense.....sadness [frowns] black and white huh nice some of the words reminded me of a song (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 5, 2006



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