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Door.

Knock knock,
who's there?
Nobody,
it isn't fair.
No one cares, no one asks,
all I get is the blank masks.
The 'I'm so sorry, tell me more,'
but no one cares, of that I'm sure.
Just idle gossips with no more words,
who make conversation out of hurt
Knock knock,
open the door!
I've never felt so sad before.
Turn the handle, let me in,
I feel I'm dying from within.
Knock knock,
help I'm lost.
I'm so alone,
i'm catching frost.
My heart is cold,
my body's numb.
I keep on knocking, no one comes.
Knock knock,
lord, if you're real,
unlock the door,
and help me heal.
Knock knock,
and I still wait,
please someone; answer,
before it's too late.
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Submitted on October 16, 2012

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EMAIL ME AT sofisweetie@hotmail.com or add me on facebook for info on my other writing! https://www.facebook.com/SophieLarrrrrMarieMy name is Sophie Marie Roberts. I'm nearly 20 years old and I live in Wrexham, North Wales. I write poetry because it's one of the things that comes naturally. When I was a child I would try to write a diary like everyone else my age but I ended up with a book of poetry. I find it the easiest way to express what is happening in my mind too (which, in some cases, worries me- since my poetry is rather bizzare!) I don't have any diploma's, certificates or qualifications that tell me I should write but I write anyway. I hope people like my poetry- but I know it won't be everyone's cup of tea- but I hope it's yours. ALSO; PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ALLTHOUGH I WROTE 'THIS POEM MEANS' UNDERNEATH MY POEMS- I'M MERELY STATING WHAT IT MEANT IN MY HEAD. PLEASE INTERPRET MY POETRY HOWEVER YOU WISH. http://www.booksie.com/mystery_and_crime/short_story/inksplodges/bitter-freedom/chapter/1 < one of my short stories. more…

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