So Lonely

Poem By Lauren Walker

Strange people, strange places
Strange ways and strange faces
Alone yet so crowded
So empty it sounded
When my heart was beating
Without hope of us meeting
So lonely without you
Can't think what to do

Could you see in my eyes
The love I tried to disguise
So wrong, yet so right
Dreaming, day or night
Wish you could what I see
Are you thinking of me?
So lonely without you
Can't think what to do

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