Caitlin Cook

I Walk Alone - Poem by Caitlin Cook

I walk alone, but dignified,
More than hope is in my stride.
In anti-social atmosphere,
I, to you, make my reasons clear:
Human nature is so contrary.
I often find myself betrayed.
Friendship is hypocrisy,
The ones you loved, now you hate.
When, alone, I find myself,
I take down pleasure from a shelf.
Selfish you might think of me,
But loneliness is my only plea

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 7, 2005

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