lindsay birch

Rookie (24/09/1990 / gloucester)

Sadness - Poem by lindsay birch

walking down an empty street
with no-one but herself
she stops by a little tree
underneath she sits

watching the world go by
she thinks about the past
no-one knowing anythink
she keeps it to herself

sitting there for hours
tears begin to fall
rolling ever so slowly
gently down her cheeks

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 28, 2010

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