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    dots Submission Name: Forever Alonedots

    Author: EshyFishy
    ASL Info:    21yo mess having crises
    Elite Ratio:    6.92 - 126/123/57
    Words: 125
    Class/Type: Misc/Comedy
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       Based on one of my favourite Internet memes (Forever Alone). I relate so much to it because it is probably a future 'me.' Google it, it is funny (: The only reason I did this poem is because so far, 99 poems have 'alone' in the title. I am the 100th!!!! YUSS, I finally feel accomplished. These poems are not serious, just something to do with the word 'alone' (:

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    dotsForever Alonedots

    I am Forever Alone.
    I came home today
    Calling into the house:
    "Honey, I'm home!"
    I walked into the kitchen
    And I saw her there...
    She glowed golden
    Her glassy radiance split light
    Just sitting there on the shelf...
    I reached out for her,
    I could taste her sweetness already...

    I love my Manuka Honey,
    I am Forever Alone.


    I am Forever Alone.
    I sat in front of the computer today
    Signing into msn
    (add me: i.am.s3xi-ur.a.n00b@hottie.com)
    I waited for the two people
    Constantly circling
    What does that even signify?
    My computer slowed down
    --loading was finished!
    My eyes opened wide at my contacts
    All four hundred and sixty-five of them!

    Were offline,
    I am Forever Alone

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      Ha! The more people we "know" online, the more rejected we feel when they're not talking to us... it's the great tragedy of our age. And of course, people can send you "virtual jars" of honey, or "virtual drinks", or e-cards for your birthday (my personal favourite when it comes to gauging thoughtfulness). Strange how easy it is to convince yourself that the whole world is inside the little box on your desk... it might be because we can control when and where things happen online, at least to a much greater degree than in the real world. Have an argument in concrete space and you can't just de-friend each other :)

    Am I sure I didn't write this? Not in the slightest. Glad it's not just me...
    | Posted on 2011-01-06 00:00:00 | by Fantastic Freya | [ Reply to This ]
      This is a really nice poem. I have resigned myself (at last perhaps?) to Alone. Oh, I have had people suggest it wouldn't be the worse thing, to be Alone... that perhaps for someone with my concrete heart, it would be best... This year I plan to accepting that and see if it works out better to keep life simpler by keeping everyone on the computer/at a distance/in my past, where they belong, and just closing off. You make it sound wonderful in this. There really are worse things than being Alone, and one of the worst is being with someone all the time that you love.
    | Posted on 2011-01-02 00:00:00 | by Runes | [ Reply to This ]
       I sit in front of this poem cogitating or perhaps I am ruminating; I do have a huge plate of tuna casserole I am working on. Is that why I am more in tune with part one? It is not honey but it is a creamy golden.
    I am attempting to figure out why this whole write of yours works for me. Perhaps because it verges on the nonsensical yet makes more sense than I am comfortable with.
    No, that cannot be it I am quite comfortable with utter nonsense so a mere verge upon nonsensicality should not be troubling me at all.
    Forever alone, why am I reminded of the short story by Harlan, Ellison (I have no mouth and I must scream.) His story is so much darker, yet in my dwelling on your words, I feel darkness seeping creeping in through infinitesimal cracks.
    You know I think I could write a forever alone poem. I had never to this point thought of it, but now that you have me thinking of it I could do it.
    However, I owe you a chaos answer and I really should do that first. I am going to leave this poem now and cogitate upon chaos and whatever it was that possessed me to write it. I am pretty sure it will start something like Long ago in a land far away.

    | Posted on 2011-01-01 00:00:00 | by DaleP | [ Reply to This ]

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