Tsewang Dorjee


Loneliness - Poem by Tsewang Dorjee

Loneliness alike is the vast ocean,
The silence and alexia of alienation,
Blowing out most and unseen,
Cold wind with soft touch between,
A feeling of hopelessness,
In submerged loneliness
In this mood meaningless
Or forgotten sadness,
The endless process,
That overcomes in my way
And arrest:
All my hopes in this moonlit nest!
Nothing looks vivid,
Expect my distress so lucid
The shadow and meadow
Of my grief deep and harrow….
Overtakes me in every meet,
Surpassing dizziness in my heel and feet
In my loneliness,
I miss the hopes and creams of life outplays
To remember preserve and restore
The sweetest happiness,

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 21, 2005



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