Lone Ranger - Poem by Alonzeyah Omangpang
I sit in an unknown place,
Thinking it is safe.
I laugh and admire all the things you do,
Even gave myself all to you.
But the thunder startled my peaceful state
And fell into rock bottom.
I thought you were worried, but your smiling like children playing.
I am shattered and alone, like a lone ranger's soul.
Topic(s) of this poem: betrayal
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