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Blur provides me with a metaphor on my life. Like the poem states, I don't feel I can be noticed among the millions of people around me. I am still not noticed.

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well the lonely one, I belive when one can cope with his loneliness he is his own god and he is free ultimately farewell
I think this is a great poem i will give it a 10 out of 10


A tiny grain of sand sits in a desert,
someone may have viewed it
but will never remember it.
It is not noticed.

How will it ever stand out,
it's so small.
It blends in so well.
It is not noticed.

When viewed from afar
it appears nothing more
than a blur.
It is not noticed.

This grain of sand is doomed
to be hidden for life.
No matter where it goes
or how different it is.
It is not noticed.

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