The Fruits of Solitude

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Does one gain from solitude?

Submitted: June 01, 2008

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Blank slate

Endless possibilities

Never too late.

Go ahead, make mistakes

No one hears, sees

Just erase

Leave no marks

Question your fate

There's no reply.

Got enough on your plate?

Endless chances.

Go, explore

These white expanses:

Your own world,

Is it real?

That's your choice.

You decide, ask

Raise your voice,

Hear your friends,

Your echoes.

Enjoy the monochrome,

It's all yours.

I'll be chasing rainbows


© Copyright 2017 Cathy Chui. All rights reserved.

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