AloneI'm the one you never see.The one sitting all alone.I watch and listen from afar.But no one ever hears me.I wish and pray that one dayI'll have a friend who sees me.I hope that day is soon.The day someone looks my way.
Flowers for Algernon Epilogue This town is different than where I used to live. It's much quieter. I never knew true silence till I moved to this small town in Virginia. Who knew true silence was so sad and lonely. I don't think it's like this for everyone though. I got a job at a local diner the other day. Carol, the manager was kind enough to let me stay at her house till I find a place. Carol lives in a two bedroom house on the edge of the town. She is unmarried. I met her my first day in this quiet town. I remember our meeting clearly. I wandered in to a deserted diner for some lunch. At first glance it looked as if no one was working, but then I noticed the thin figure behind the counter. When I finally got some food I asked her if she knew of any places for rent. She said there was one place on the edge of town for rent but it was a little pricey. After I told her my story and how I had left New York and come here. She looked at me with t
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