Misery, Without Company

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This is a short collection of poetic works.
Here is a sample:

I don’t mind that I’m forgotten lots of times,
Spinning around without anyone to come to find
A way to push me back to stop.
Anything like that would be too much of a luxury,
And I don’t seem to deserve more than misery,
Without company.
These memories are supposed to be comforting,
But instead of that, they’re numbing me
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Jason Wallace is an Indie author from the Midwest, aspiring to bring his works to the masses and through this, bring joy into their lives.
He has been writing for more than 20 years, mostly poetry, but since 2011, he has been writing novels and short stories, in various genres.

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Samantha de Vries reviewed on March 31, 2020

This is a beautiful and heartfelt poetry. I can feel the emotions coming off of it in waves. Thank you for sharing this beautiful poetry, mister Wallace.
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