Diary Poem

Dear Diary, I fill your pages with words of wisdom

you have become my second religion. I tell you my secrets, my deepest thoughts.

you know my faults, yet you don't judge me

your pages, I paint with mystery

that I hide from the outside world

I am again that child, that scared little girl

who is imperfect.

I turn to you when I'm up and also when I'm down.

You make me feel like the world is all mines

I need you like air

nothing quite compares

to your pages

You fill my heart with patience

and most of all peace

With that said I say thank you

Dear Diary.

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Eiddwen 2 years ago from Wales

Oh yes our faithful diaries and what a great idea to write a poem on one. Great hub and voted up.


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