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sOrRoW

This place it just seems so hollow
Emptiness, it feels like I'm in a tomb
I just can't help but weep and wallow
When bitterness now fills my room                                                      
                                                                                                        
And yet again I'm drowning in sorrow                                               
When ever the madness dose loom                                  
And what as always seems to follow                                    
Sadness, it's now doom and gloom                                                          

Always give never been one to borrow
The forgetfulness one would assume
Deep but I'd say better than shallow
Seems meangless but I'm just immune

If only my pride I could learn to swallow
It's the loneliness I find hard to consume
Always trying I am to look to tomorrow
Hoping happiness will be in full bloom



Here i was taken bits from poems a state of confusion
A new age and sublime some words fit well with others in other context
Just the way my brain works i suppose probably makes no sense
But helps me clear my head a bit at times
SO IN AWAY ITS LIKE AN UPDATED OR FOLOW ON FROM  A NEW AGE 
WRITTEN JAN 2013 BY MYSELF D ,SCOTT,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,


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  1. Date: 2/8/2013 8:24:00 PM

    Hi David, a deep feeling once again... i like to cage myself in my room... some lines here are related to my soul... love this poem so so much...always~ LINDA