Ida Margarita Nieves
Alone - Poem by Ida Margarita Nieves
Once again I am all alone
Why should it bother me now?
Maybe it's because I don't want to be alone.
Too much time has been spent
Dying inside alone each day without no one to care for
without no one to love me.
So, because there is nothing in life, I give myself to
the dark chasm that is loneliness
to be alone for the rest of eternity.
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