Patrick Enright

Loneliness - Poem by Patrick Enright

not even a thousand words
or a thousand pictures
could describe this feeling
I do have many friends
or at least I think I do
but at the weekends
their none existent
I ask them what they'll be doing
because I want
to come along for the ride
but I get no response
like a homeless person
begging on the street
all I wanted to do was
to hang out with them
and get rid of this terrible feeling
but I am stuck at home
having all the fun
I hope to find some new friends
ones that want to be with me
and not the ones that keep avoiding me

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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