Ally Fred Place Poems

  • 1.
    In a dream I’d give anything to wake up from,
    a wake-up call that’d inform,
    how you’re entrapped in this castle of disdain.
    As I swore to languish this pain, so did you fortify to your gain,
  • 2.
    A face nourished by genuine beauty,
    Clear to see this natural view.
    Every part arranged by the most meticulous mind,
    A genius design from the most able hand.
  • 3.
    The dead silence of the night alone,
    Days are the same ever since you vanished.
    Better days are gone,
    Every day is tarnished.
  • 4.
    Each step is a last one to take,
    Every hope is hazy and blank.
    In between a rock and a hard place,
    Where faith and confidence are scarce.
  • 5.
    Imprisoned in my own mind,
    Slave of my own heart.
    My own thoughts are a maze,
    My own steps I can't trace,
  • 6.
    It riles listening to who's better than the other talks,
    Everyone's supports their arguments and theories,
    Some even quote verses from scriptures.

  • 7.
    The cold and long nights couldn't get any less brutal,
    Impact of the hard pavement with the ill-covered skin grew unbearable.
    Sunny and rainy days were both worse.
    He's only 10 and his health is critically impaired
  • 8.
    Allow me to take a look at you,
    My eyes can't see anywhere else.
    Let me have a hold at you,
    My hands have no resting place.
Total 8 Place Poems by Ally Fred

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