Dorothy Lewis

(Rockford, Illinois)

Misery - Poem by Dorothy Lewis

If misery loves company; "Why?" stay around unless, there is something That you can do, to put a end of misery. My feelings are if, it's true, that misery loves company; and there isn't anything that, anyone can, do; There is one option, you can get away or you can stay, and be miserable too!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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