Oni Hayes

Rookie (Long Island, New York)

Solace Found Throughout Solitude - Poem by Oni Hayes

Advice laced where not excepted,
Help forced upon
Neither upset nor depressed,
Confused or petrified
Married to Happiness, Loneliness
Contradicts itself

Solace found throughout solitude
Compulsion relieved not only by obsession
Neither hostile nor harsh,
Cruel or wrath
Hasty will unconcluded

Adolescent fear ignored in eyes,
Of assumingly mature
Serious masks unveil indifference
Neither restless nor susceptible,
Resistant or defense filled
Developed's understanding of rebellion in spite,
Truth defines paradise of isolation

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 5, 2011

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