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Walking in a faceless crowd

not caring about what i see,

do or where I`m going.

All I know is I`m without you



I stop for a coffee

I don`t hear my words

I sit by the window ,burn my mouth

All I know is I`m missing you



I get home,turn on the lights

Walk into a wall,break my nose

Dinner? Who cares

All I know is I`m wanting you



Lying in bed,I pretend to be dead

my eyes closed,I forget to breathe

As I slip away from the shore

All I know is I`m loving you


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The wise man as he travels through life enjoys the scenery to either side,since he knows he will not come this way again.The road ahead winds back and forth,over the hills and far away,and who knows where it will lead?


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The following comments are for "somewhen"
by racepool

thank you
Jessica..I`m really pleased you liked it..for some reason didn`t think anyone would.Peace,G

( Posted by: racepool [Member] On: November 30, 2004 )

Know the feeling, G
Not only do I know the feeling of the poem, but the feeling of self-doubt. I gave up writing for almost 20 years because I felt I sucked so horribly that I should spare the world my suffering. Pleasing one's self is the best way to go. I see that you've done that here, and you deserve the praise. I like this very much, but I would not have double-spaced it. That's my petty pickiness of the day.

Lans

( Posted by: GibsonGirl [Member] On: November 30, 2004 )





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