Top 100 Poems About: ISOLATION

In this page, poems on / about “isolation” are listed.
  • 1.

    Depression is like a tidal wave pulling you further in
    You don't feel upto facing anyone or anything

    Depression is a huge emphasis on feeling sad and low read more »

    Lauren White
  • 2.

    Depression is like a wave pulling you further in
    You don't feel up to facing anyone or anything

    Depression is a huge emphasis on feeling sad and low read more »

    Kayla Mclendon
  • 3.
    VOICES ON THE EDGE OF THE WORLD (in honour of my fellow poets)

    It is how we are and who we are
    that we live out here on the edge
    the ragged rim of the world
    It’s the nature of our vice read more »

    Bill Mitton
  • 4.

    Isolation is to be left out when you want to be in.
    Isolation is feeling that sense of loneliness.
    Isolation is feeling alone when ten thousand people surround you.
    Isolation is hearing laughter in a room and silence when you walk in. read more »

    Dead Poetic
  • 5.
    The sea and the solitary soul

    Quiet, near the sea
    But miles away from the crowd
    Stands the solitary figure
    Whose gaze pierces the depth read more »

    Bindu Borle
  • 6.
    Lonely madness

    Moments that make up my life
    seem to be empty
    echoes of my own self loathing
    plague me read more »

    Daniel Galloway
  • 7.

    I am isolated in this isolation,
    In this dark cell,
    With darkness darkening me every second,
    I am isolated in this isolation, read more »

    Ayesha Riaz
  • 8.

    That impossible love
    Dwells in miraculous space
    Where, the cliff - mad
    With isolation and grief - read more »

    Smita Agarwal
  • 9.
    Suicide Country

    been here too long, have to get out
    the fear that beats into you
    living in the country remains with you long after you've gone
    becoming a second skin dislodged when away from the grasses read more »

    Robbie Coburn
  • 10.

    These eyes are filled with nothingness
    no love
    no happiness
    no joy read more »

    cauna natsumi
  • 11.

    Tell me where
    or help me find
    Some solitude
    or piece of mind read more »

    Neil Butler
  • 12.
    ismail ax

    i don't write about mornings
    that need a description of sunshine

    i am never a participant read more »

    merc gabriell
  • 13.
    Hidden Help

    The things that pained me the most helped me to find what helps me to heal
    Pain and isolation helped me to blossom
    Like a newborn turtle on a journey to sea the trials make me stronger
    Although the times seemed terrible they fueled my passions read more »

    Nadira Bostic
  • 14.
    Silence Perceiving

    If silence were a canvass,
    the emptiness it holds is the impression,
    The voices on the universe,
    is the artist's hands removing it's innocence. read more »

    Krispian Vilipi
  • 15.

    I am lost
    I am found
    I am bound to corruption read more »

    Ace Spades
  • 16.

    Being Isolated
    I Don't Feel Down
    Not Really Irritated
    Not Gonna Frown read more »

    Valentine Sasaki
  • 17.
    Ode to the Weed

    ode to the weed

    laminated death seen through a weed-haze
    a joint committee puffing wisdom read more »

    Derrick Hubert Schnabel
  • 18.
    Upon Reading Tennyson's 'Lady of Shallot'

    With fear to part exquisite threads
    weaver, requite stagnant days in loom
    doom heady closure, mirrored in room
    for within your work, worlds are read read more »

    Maxwell Ames
  • 19.
    Rotten Fruit

    I fall to the floor like over ripe fruit from a tree
    Slightly rotten, ignorant and in need of replication
    Mind in desolate isolation
    I carry on in unfettered degradation read more »

    Grant Stevenson
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