anees akbar

(6/12 / india)

Alone


Alone I sit,
Alone I think,
Alone I experience,
Alone I cry,
Alone I reach for the knife,
Alone I cut,
Alone I watch the blood,
Alone I feel the pain.

Alone I sit,
Alone I think about cutting deeper,
Alone I experience my sadness,
Alone I cry my eyes out,
Alone I reach for the knife,
Alone I cut my wrists just a tiny bit deeper,
Alone I feel the pain.

Alone I sit,
Alone I think about slicing pictures,
Alone I experience my emptiness,
Alone I cry for all I’ve lost,
Alone I reach for the knife,
Alone I cut nice drawings for all of those who want to watch,
Alone I feel the pain.

Alone I sit,
Alone I think about finishing it all,
Alone I experience a new kind of numb feeling take over me,
Alone I cry for all that’s been and never will be again,
Alone I reach for the knife,
Alone I cut through the vein,
Alone I no longer feel the pain.

Submitted: Thursday, July 15, 2010

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  • Harindhar Reddy (11/10/2011 12:21:00 AM)

    Hello! I like this awe-inspiring meloncholic elegy - A mourning song on being alone.

    'Alone I experience a new kind of numb feeling take over me,
    Alone I cry for all that’s been and never will be again, '

    Alone I am, walking in my barren moor - a lonely ghost appeared showed worst and kicked me first -
    I love this poem. Hello poet - let me doff! It's my honor if could see my poem.100% kick guarantee...
    Mishmash! Wish-wash! A LONELY FISH Washes Away in Troubled life Seas! (Report) Reply

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