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Read Poems by Thomas Platz

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I stand in a void that is so deep and dark
Looking for a familiar face
Finding only cold stares and uncaring looks
No one is here to give direction
No one is here to give comfort or love
There is nothing to cling to
Nothing to drive the icy loneliness
Out of my broken heart
No one to piece together my shattered soul
All I have are days filled with emptiness
And nothing to show that anything will change

Copyright © Thomas Platz | Year Posted 2017


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