Lonely Night Poem by Solomon Senxer

Lonely Night

Rating: 4.5


Tonight, I'm all alone,
Loneliness, who have not known?
Even a heart that is hard as stone,
Would melt, and cry in a groan,
If one stays in this building as I, alone!

I should not put on all the light,
For I wouldn't be able to pay the bill,
Though darkest it looks to me this night!
Hmm! To spend the time of loneliness is a skill!

I can't afford to call up friends,
For morrow's Sermon needs attention.
As if everything's alright I pretend,
Though I yearn a soothing conversation!

Back to my table, I must, to study,
Or get my knees to the floor to pray,
Before all my emotions get muddy,
Maybe that's how one drives emotion away!

Sunday, April 7, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: conversation,darkness,emotion,friend,lonely
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
@ March 2019
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Amir Marandi 07 April 2019

Emotional poem. conflicting at times.

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Solomon Senxer 05 July 2019

Thank you Amir for reading and rating it!

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