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Calling All Angels


Author: Jessica Lynn
ASL Info:    22/f/mn
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a letter to a random reader- maybe there is a reason you clicked.


Calling All Angels



Calling All AngelsIt is so difficult to be in the world and not of it,
when everyone around me is the opposite.
And I hold a passion for life and for learning,
yet no one else listens because they think it doesn't concern them.
I have so much to say,
but no one to hear me.
Even the ones that are supposed to be dear to me.

I don't think like the ones that surround me.
I feel like a sane person trapped in a mental institution.
No one is normal, and I have no one to talk to.
Please. If there is someone who understands-it will be on here. Let me know.
I can't handle this crazy place alone.




Submitted on 2008-12-09 03:34:07     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  This is a very interesting poem, and I can't help but believe there was a reason I happened to stumble upon this poem. I may be 2 years younger than you, but I can already see what this poem talks about in my own life. I am constantly surrounded by people that, if I wanted to hold an engaging conversation with them about something deep, I would be sadly dissapointed because they would be clueless. I hate that very few people have the same views on a lot of aspects of life that I have, and then again even they aren't a lot like me, just similar. I always feel that no one out there has my view on a certain matter, and that really makes me feel terrible because, while I like to feel different and "unique," I don't wanna feel out of place or alone. So, yeah, this poem really speaks to me because even my family doesn't get me AT ALL. My uncle gets me better than any of my family, and that's because he is actually quite similar to me. I know for a fact my parents would freak if they knew the music I listen to or some of my religious and political opinions I have.

So, to actually comment on your poem, I really do like it. It relates to me a lot and the message it is sending is a very good one and is clearly under stood. On your line "Calling All AngelsIt is so difficult to be in the world and not of it," I think you might wanna fix the problem with the AngelsIt part. Other than that, this is an excellent poem and I really enjoy it.
| Posted on 2008-12-12 00:00:00 | by FlickerofHope | [ Reply to This ]
  i maybe mean when i say this but...
i am not alone? thank goodness!
| Posted on 2008-12-10 00:00:00 | by rubymoon | [ Reply to This ]
  I am here. I am no angel, but I once was one. I know what you're saying. Right now while writing this I'm surrounded by 20 people and I know that no matter what I would say none of them would understand me. Life is tough sometimes, but there are moments, preciouss moments, when it all seems like it's worth it. You're only 17, the madness is just about to start, stand tough on your own feet and let no one tell you who you are.
| Posted on 2008-12-09 00:00:00 | by Paradox | [ Reply to This ]


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