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"Ophelia"-poem

Must_be_at_least_13_years_old: am
From: Kris
Category: Draft - want feedback
Date: 04 May 2000

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Hey, thanks for taking the time to read this. I would really appreciate your critism-please be brutal. I'm not on here for praise, I'm on here to learn how I can become a better writer. I will look forward to seeing your comments on the board. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ OPHELIA You talk to her always and yet you hear nothing of her anguished cries Ripping apart her soul, the despair echoes only within her Cries for help fading as her soul weeps Butů You share not in her pain You partake not of her misery You acknowledge not the emptiness held in her voice.

You see her always and yet you notice nothing of her illness Seeing only her smile you fail to recognize the pain Pasted smiles hiding the sadness Butů You share not in her pain You partake not of her misery You acknowledge not the depression eating at her soul.

You think of her always and yet you know nothing of her tormented soul Afraid, confused, lost, and lonely; searching for a purpose Fearing revealing herself to the masses Butů You share not in her pain You partake not of her misery You acknowledge not the fears she tries to hide.

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