Sandra Osborne

From Solitude - Poem by Sandra Osborne

I feel so out of place,
And alone here.
I see no one I know,
I here no friendly voice.

Somehow, I crossed the border,
To this existence.
Somehow, I moved
From solitude to society.

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Comments about From Solitude by Sandra Osborne

  • (1/7/2005 7:22:00 AM)

    This reminds me of something i had to learn late in life, i had to get to know myself
    i spent most of my life sharing with someone, then i found i was on my own
    now i cant stand a lot of people in my space, i love the feeling of being
    on my own, i like the way you think sandra, you will reach out and touch
    a lot of people with your poetry

    With a warmth allan

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 6, 2005

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