"ALONE" - By Edgar Allan Poe (with Response, "HOME" - By Dario Serrano)

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Comment by Sinai C. on April 3, 2011 at 11:13am

I loved your poem, I really did-- I felt your words in my heart, I really did

It was raw, true, and I swear I teared up, because the way you described the world, and different homes, and waiting for home, it was really beautiful. The rhythm and the structure really added to the whole feel, I'll tell people about this poem :)

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