she was living in ignorant bliss but someone needed to wake her up from her nightmare: also known as romeo
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Ali Thinks: Forgotten was short, not-exactly-sweet, and to the point. Though it's only contains 48 words, it's a beautiful depiction of a moment in a conversation. The best part about this is that it doesn't just end with the moment. It's really easy to see a scenario surrounding it, and there are so many that it could apply to, which potentially makes every person's potential interpretation of it different than the next. It really reminds me if a picture, which is difficult to do with a poem. They say a picture's worth 1000 words, but burning in effigy's 48 do it more than justice.