Loneliness - Poem by Juan Olivarez
Miserable existance, so far away,
Oh, how I hate to feel this way.
I'm wasting away, losing my soul,
Around my heart, eternal cold.
I want to go home, God please take me home,
Around this place I'm so alone.
Alone in my sorrow, alone in my grief,
Nobody listens, there is no relief.
I hear no laughter, I just want to go,
Where there is somebody, anybody I know.
Oh what a dreadful feeling this brings,
I cannot bear this venomous stings.
Oh loneliness thou art my demise,
Since nobody listens, and none are so wise,
To harvest the meaning of my varied moods,
I feel like a babe all alone in the woods.
4/23/10 29 palms ca.
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