The Lonesome Days - Poem by Luce Darwin
Somedays I'm so lonely
I throw acorns into the forest
waiting for someone to call out.
I sing love songs in the street
just a little bit too loud
waiting for someone
to scream at me to quiet down.
Just to hear them
say only a few words to me.
Sometimes I'm so lonely
I speak to the stars
like I'm speaking to you
and drop all my secrets
into the bay.
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