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Author Name: Freela-la908 1 Comments
Date Added: June 07, 2006 02:06:20 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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staring out her window.
staring out my window.
a window so old and rusted.
trees swaying helplessly.
the wind trying to carry them away.
lonsomely sitting with everyone around.
people knocking at her door.
wanting to be invited in.
staring out the window.
a window so aged and old.
the sky different colours.
the wid still so strong.
tress touching the clouds.
watching over me.
waiting to be climbed upon.
being distracted from her world.
joining her friends.
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Comment By: FreeEmma on June 7, 2006 05:09:10 PM Report
i still think its a good one

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