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Like A Piece That Doesn't Fit

by Jason Ray Morton about a month ago in sad poetry
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By Jason Morton

Like A Piece That Doesn't Fit
Photo by Benjamin Zanatta on Unsplash

At the end of the rainbow, where do I go,

I know not what to expect but more endlessness,

If when everyone leaves the party I would not get so low,

Left only to look back upon such emptiness,

Slowly meandering through one meeting and then another,

All of them so happy and filled with glee,

If I could hide from it all, a pillow with which my screams to smother,

Would they notice I'm gone, would any one of them miss me,

I think that never shall I fit into this world so torn and jaded,

Life has not left a place for some,

Those that found one more forceful when they invaded,

The rest to the world, just burdensome

sad poetry

About the author

Jason Ray Morton

I have always enjoyed writing and exploring new ideas, new beliefs, and the dreams that rattle around inside my head. I have enjoyed the current state of science, human progress, fantasy and existence and write about them when I can.

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Nice work

Very well written. Keep up the good work!

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  1. Heartfelt and relatable

    The story invoked strong personal emotions

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  • Carol Townendabout a month ago

    I think these are things that we all think about from time to time. Well written and well expressed.

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