A Cry to Know Whether You’re Okay, poetry by Alexandria Johnson at Spillwords.com
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A Cry to Know Whether You’re Okay

A Cry to Know Whether You’re Okay

written by: Alexandria Johnson

@lexwritesnsings

 

I hope you’re okay,
I know I didn’t explain the reason why I had to leave
But I needed to because
What we had isn’t healthy anymore,
I wish I could talk it out with you,
But I doubt you would want to hear from me,
Probably hate my guts by now,
And I don’t blame you,
I just want to know whether you’re all right.

Alexandria Johnson

Alexandria Johnson

Alexandria Johnson is a freelance writer and poet based in Perak, Malaysia. Her work has appeared in The Star in conjunction with International Women's Day, iRiS Magazine #1, The Poet's Haven Digest #4, and she also won a consolation prize in the ASiS Poetry Competition. Currently, Alexandria is working as a freelance copywriter while working on her debut novel and poetry collection. She's most active on Instagram where she documents her writing journey and writes motivational and fantasy poems.
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