Sossi Khachadourian


Alas, All Are Strangers


Alone in this world

Don't have a golden dove

Poor is the world of mine

Bared off fortune of life

My soul is tired Humbling alone

My life is like Dark empty deserts

ALAS, Alone im
Alone
My world is Alone Though all the crowd Surrounded all around
All are strangers Foreigners or not Relatives are but!

Long ago the smile deserted my world

Sorrows of the life surrounded my soul

Betrayers came always to my road

Love has left my soul alone and unknown

My love ones destroyed

My soul and has gone

The path of love has been

For me dark and misrable

Alas, that only stony hearts

I have met at life's stormy roads

Though my love always was so sincere and boundless for all

But, the love was always a traitor full of lies

I never wanted to have golden clothes

But my life was such a miserable stormy winter

Hard to pass The sincere love was my heart's only desire

But the path of love always has been for me

Full of lies and pain

Alars, Alone im Alone
My world is Alone Though
all the crowd Surrounded all around
All are strangers Foreigners or not Relatives are but!

Submitted: Wednesday, May 09, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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  • Greg Uhan (5/9/2012 9:15:00 PM)

    The path of the heart, loves life long via dolorosa, stay strong in the search, true lovers of the heart always find thier diamonds in the end. Exellent emotions, really was able to feel for this poem. good write, always keep sharing. (Report) Reply

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