Loneliness Poem by Ludolf Dauphin

Loneliness



Everybody's running away
Never takes the time to look back
and see me
Always passed through me,
as if I am nothing
Make me wonder
If I am there
If I exist
It seems as
if I'm fading into darkness
As the sunrise
And with the sun
As darkness enveloped the night

People always leave
Always stop caring
I've never care or worry
As long as I have you
before, I always thought
It's okay If the world doesn't
Who cares
At least I have you.
I thought you would be here
If the world is not
But you're not

Now, forever is gone
Leaving nothing
I feel nothing
I see nothing
Maybe I am nothing.
You stole my heart
Abandoned my soul
now, all empty and subdued
you made promises
you couldn't keep
now shuffling through loneliness
trying to prove my existence

Thursday, March 8, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: alone
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Susan Lacovara 08 March 2018

While you may thtink yourself alone, who amongst us hass not been in this exact place? Thank you for sharing. PEACE

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Ludolf Dauphin 09 March 2018

Thank you, one time or another..we all have been alone.

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