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Author Name: FreeClay 8 Comments
Date Added: January 02, 2004 19:01:31 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Only One
Sitting here thinking of her
Canít keep her out of my mind
I canít stop thinking of her
No matter how hard I try; sheís always there

When I try to move on sheís always there
She helps me out in times of trouble
And sometimes I help her out
I canít get her out of my head

Itís like sheís the only one there in a crowd of people
Sheís the only one I see
I wish there was some way to get her out
But I have found out there is no way

You canít just forget someone like that
Donít matter what you do, theyíre always there
All you can do is watch them
Just sitting here thinking

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Comment By: PremiumVizualEnsemble on April 17, 2007 10:09:33 AM Report
Great write young man. This is amazing.


Comment By: FreeJeff on April 17, 2004 11:32:48 AM Report
First of all Caly, happy birthday.
Secondly you are a very good writer.
Your poems have a real honesty about them.
Comment By: FreeStephen Owen AKA Passion Hawk on March 27, 2004 08:02:43 AM Report
good write Clay,you have a long future ahead..Steve
Comment By: FreeGina on March 19, 2004 04:50:05 PM Report
Awesome write Clay. enjoyable read, unlike my work, but o well. Keep it up.
Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on January 7, 2004 11:28:19 AM Report
Good form...Good structure...Good grief! You got it bad and that ain't good.I've been there,Clay.It's a torturous sort of pleasure.This is fine writing.When I was 13,I was lucky to write a complete sentence...len
Comment By: FreeJames Lagoski on January 6, 2004 03:05:14 AM Report
Hey Clay-
This is pretty intense for 13!
You certainly have a great admiration for
this face in the crowd-
Sometimes those we long for the most are the farthest ones away-
Don't allow yourself to be blinded by someone
who could be admiring you the same way-
Make sure you check for the other faces
in the crowd that may be looking at you
the same way you are looking at someone else-
Your still young and life moves fast-
May she look back at you and see these feelings you displayed so well here-
Looking forward to seeing more of your
paintings of thought-

Comment By: FreeThe Bag Lady on January 5, 2004 12:34:01 PM Report
Hi, Clay~*

Your verse structure is great, and
I am glad that you have separated the
verses~ Makes for a VERY nice read
about your dedication of this person
that you are mesmerized with~...
Good read....Keep writing~

Margaret...the Bag Lady....readin'
new material~
Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on January 5, 2004 11:55:18 AM Report
Clay, this is very well written. A good post!!

Lady Dragonwyck


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