Love is Lonely

The Silly Sad Poem

The Silly Sad Poem
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I sat in the window looking out on the town.

I looked all about me and wondered about life.

Katie Perry’s E.T. played on the radio near my bed.

While these old little thoughts danced through my head.

 

Is it really worth it to stay in when it rains?

Does the moon really shine with stolen light from the sun?

Do heart breaks really fade with time?

Am I secretly a unicorn from Narnia?

 

I turned my head to left and the right.

All the posters and pictures are hanging where I left them.

Still, the walls look so dreary and my life passes by.

Without my consent, a single tear slips from my eye.

 

Is it really worth it to stay in when it rains?

Does the moon really shine with stolen light from the sun?

Do heart breaks really fade with time?

When will I find my sandwich?

 

Today, I will put these strange thoughts to a rest.

Is my whole life simply a test?

If these thoughts could fly out my head,

Maybe then, I could get some sleep in my bed.