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Wheres the manual for life?
I think I'm missing love,
Are you that piece?
Come from above?

My perfect vision is too niave,
I'll die alone,
All alone,
This is known,

Sometimes i wonder,
Lying awake at night,
What could have been,
But it seems so contrite,

I'll die alone,

\"Wars have never hurt anybody except the people who die. \" Salvador Dali

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The following comments are for "Alone"
by Urquhart

These lyrics is very appealing to me I liked it very much. Keep up the good work!


( Posted by: poetfreak [Member] On: May 16, 2005 )

Ist I.A.
I wonder if it hurts when you are dead.. I think the people that hurt the most are the ones that live on.

Now a youngster like you should be tearing up all the old manuals that we old-uns wrote.

Your poetry shows your age, nothing wrong with perfect vision or naivety but after pointing you in the right direction we sort of hope you will then “Take the lead”

Tell me …. Did you just loose a partner?

I haven’t yet looked at your profile or any other work. I like the countless questions you posed here in 13 lines

( Posted by: Den [Member] On: May 16, 2005 )

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