Daniel Richards

Rookie (09-11-1982 / London, England)

She Lives Life Alone - Poem by Daniel Richards

She is sexual and erotic in appearance and persona
She is apt in seduction seduces the star from the sky
Her hour glass frame beckons erogenous temptations
But at night she lives alone
A thousand night have gone and flown away
Empty loves have her fill and up and leave
She shares her bed tonight with a someone
But lives life empty and alone

A thousand thoughts swim hear head
Like a triathlon of emotions but she numbs them
Alcohol brings her sanity to succumb too
But at night she lives alone
She changes her face but still finds the old same road
Deep inside her heart she is scarred forever
Like an ancient star forever her bed remains unmade
She lives life alone

Seeking comfort in strangers she feels she’s not alone
If ever the night was too fall from grace
There’s a fact she’ll have to face
But at night she lives alone
How many arrows miss there mark she questions
But love and life are in principle, perception
She shares in the laughter but hides her tears
She lives life empty and alone

The lessons she needs to learn physical gratification
Isn’t always what it seems so far away from love its lust?
But she waits for the moment when she finds love
But at night she lives alone
You have to be in it for love speaks a whisper in her head
For when you’re in it for love, the sex the gratification which leads to shame
Isn’t enough but she’s a million mile away from the truth
She lives life empty and alone

Will she die and fade away
Disease and contractions she’s even more lost inside herself
She needs to find something stronger to believe in
But at night she lives alone
Fears and doubts are weighing on her mind
But there is something that can save her
The truth reside inside but until it’s found
She’ll forever live life empty and alone


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 3, 2009



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