Winston Edgar Hall
A Loneliness - Poem by Winston Edgar Hall
Such a brutal feeling can subtly
Bring about this painful yearning
That simultaneously bonds with
An obviously blunt freedom, which
Quietly cultivates my sense of
Living, while also simultaneously
Demonstrating my flaws:
As a man.
As a person.
A person who's ne'er-ending
Experiences that grow daily
Provide this confidence that
Sums with hope in order to
Create a character who is
Finally ready and willing to
Look deep within himself and
Regard without negligence.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
The intention behind A Loneliness (as one might imagine) was to convey a certain morose attitude. The morose attitude, from the way I perceive it, is not always negative, given that I have grown as a person in magnitudes unimaginable. Though the morose time in my life was not necessarily negative, it was one of pain and growth. This is the ultimate message in A Loneliness.
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