Among The Love

Poem By Caitlin Johnson

The Lonest Girl
No one cared in the world
She spent her depressing days at home.
Most lively place, Thy be graveyard.
Only saw day once a year
Thy day shall be Hallo's Eve
The day came
She walk among the graves
She heard a whisper
She saw a boy
'Thy shall I take this Dance'
They dance among the dead
No lonely, it be love!

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awesome poem its a really deep one


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