Solitude - Poem by Jill Burns
I can't break this wall,
this solitude is breaking me
And I know I'm starting to fall,
but can you even see me?
Am I the one thing you never truly saw?
Because with them you watch in awe
There are some things I know you'll never see,
but then again, we never did agree
And is it too much for me to ask you to respect me?
I guess so since your heart is as black as the darkness you fear from me
So I'm sitting here all alone,
hoping for love that was never shone
Maybe some of us were meant for solitude,
I guess it holds us back so we'll never elude,
that's why people like you push us there with your atitude
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