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Strong. Reminds me of Eleanor Rigby and Father McKenzie.
Thank you fools4tress.
Yes you are not alone. :) Sad but beautifuel poem, great job. :3
Thank you so much, Felix :)
One gloomy yet expressive poem you wrote there. The use of only a few words and the way the verses were arranged add to the overall heaviness of your poem. I’d say that I enjoyed reading it but it’s too much of a cheerful word to use in this context, I guess; However, you did a good job there. And last but definitely not least, always remember that there are people who care about you, too. You’re not alone.
Thank you for these nice words!
Sad but beautiful dear Zora! Nice to read from you! :-)
Thank you Xandra :-*