okay i just made this up now and am going to post it!lmao! sorry if its absolutely horrible!be kind! i have never written poetry(and i dont even know if you would call this poetry..its like free verse! ^_^ ) A soft reassuring drizzle descends upon the world, giving everything the quiet illusion of a dream or fairytale. But this is no happy ending, sadly. I stand alone with my palms spread wide open reaching and waiting for something, someone. Streams of mascara twist and turn poetically on my fragile features. A harsh wind kicks up my skirts and dances with my hair, a flurry of blonde in the black of night. He walks away from me, slowly without turning around to see me shed tears of pain. I am alone. I can feel him near me, can smell him distinctly, yet I know I am alone. His caressing touch lingers on my flushed cheeks where tears now rest. I want to scream; I want to run after him, hear the pounding of my heels towards him. But I can’t move. I will never be able to move, this I know for certain. His eyes held no emotion, no love, no hate, no betrayal. Numb from disappointment or from being ashamed, I don’t know. Just numb, lifeless no trace of any passion or regret. I know he will not return. Even though I am saying over and over in my mind that any moment now he will turn around and say “I’m sorry” with a flicker of love in his eyes, I know that I am alone. I hang my head, my chin resting on my heaving chest from the ripping of my heart. I know I should turn sharply and walk out arrogantly with my head held high. But I can’t. I never will, this I also know. I will skulk with my shoulders hunched and my head to my knees, practically. And he will not care. I am alone. He is alone. We are alone. Just turn around, I can do this. I can turn its elementary. But how can I do anything without him? After hours, even though im sure its only a few meaningless seconds, i hear the scraping of my feet turn on the gravel and my legs begin to move towards darkness. I am alone. so what do you think?! i know its really -_- but thanks for reading! i appreciate it!