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Miscellaneous Souls

By P. M. Roya All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

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“There they are.” I exclaimed as I saw fellow souls. Some optimistic, some completely opposite. I love how they differ from each other. Different actions, behaviors, sentiments, stories and thoughts. It would be an honor to compose pieces about each one. From then on, that was the start of not just a hobby but a flame of passion within me. This is a poetry book that has poems that each represent.. A soul's actions. A soul's behavior. A soul's sentiments. A soul's stories. A soul's thoughts. Come on and discover each miscellaneous soul's existence in the world we exist in

1st Soul - Confessions of A Lonely and Broken Soul

Alone along the halls,

Observing who stands and who falls.

Beaten by those who boast power

And revolted by strangers.


Ruling their little worlds –

Do they even care? No, I haven’t heard.

It’s amazing how no one stands by me.

No one does - But no, I’m still not free.


I need someone to see –

See how reality’s killing me.

To take the pain way,

Assuring me everything’s okay.


I imagine how life would be,

If everyone’s actually jolly.

If no one else wonders how it seems

Then being lonely is fine with me.


It’s better to be on your own

Than to keep up with their hatred souls.

Acting like we are all clicking

But all we need is fixing.


~ P. M. Roya

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Barbara Ivusic: I really loved this poem. Perfect use of imagery to outline the digital age. I loved the image of the olive branch and how it is posted for all to see but no one can touch it. Everything you describe is so true that it has become common knowledge yet no one acknowledges it anymore. I look forward...