Chambers Of Solitude - Poem by David Harris
Within the chambers of solitude,
we sometimes lock ourselves away
from prying eyes and angry voices
and in there we want to stay.
We make ourselves an island
impenetrable to all
except the lonely feelings
that pinch us everyday.
4 August 2010
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