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Loneliness

Loneliness is an unwanted companion
A fire that never goes out
A black hole of nothingness
It is a room with no exits
no sounds,only Silence and darkness

Loneliness is like a disease
It slowly kills you in the inside
Slowly it devours you
Slowly decaying and rotting
to the core

A worn cage that enslaves you
A never ending maze
Darkness is all you see
An empty alley that leads to nowhere
Freedom seems out of reach
A tunnel that leads to oblivion
A sign saying,”Welcome to Nowhere”

Lost in a world that seems so alien
The streets in ruin and bare
Hope seems only like a folktale in this empty world
Darkness and pain is all you know
Life seems like a far away dream
Abandoned in darkness
No light to guide you
Death seems like the only solution
But you forgotten that you are already dead.

By:Eddie Palacios

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Loneliness, A Sickness

by Midnight Starr

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The worst disease,
In the universe,
Loneliness.
Greater than AIDS,
Cancer,
Or the Bird Flu.

The cause of this illness,
Being different,
And heart-broken,
Does kill anyone,
Anywhere.
Millions of people,
Die from this,
Each year.

Babies die from it,
Due to apathetic parents,
Who cannot afford,
Food on the plate.

The elderly die,
from this atrocity,
Ignored and abused,
With no one to turn to.

Kids and teenagers,
Get infected too.
Peer Pressure.
They feel distant,
From the clique.

People who are sick,
With this disease,
Are suicidal,
Wondering how,
To get the fuck out,
Of this harsh world?

Loneliness affects nature too,
An animal is ostracized,
From their tribe,
Forced to fend for themselves,
Alone,
Then die.

This is a horrible sickness,
Loneliness.
There is no cure,
Nor government funding.
There are millions of symptoms.
We dilute ourselves,
To avoid.
But the disease keeps,
Coming back,
Like a cancer.

Romance with Loneliness

you give me that feeling again like you always do your always there to remind me of you
and like the disease that make me sick your also ingrained in me your what makes me tick. i’ve tried to run and tried to hide find someone in whom i confide but still you drag me back to your cold embrace socially awkward is a hard thing to face. different, scorned and cast aside my thoughts shift I
withdraw inside a soul on the fringes that withered and died. no hope for today and no hope for tomorrow a familiar drone is this bitter sorrow. this
agony knows no relent this longing for more and the need to vent, the will to go on nearly spent. You want to scream you want to shout but in the sea your voice drown out happiness it seems is a reasonable doubt. But i Drag my feet and keep pressing on night they say is darkest before the dawn. Greet the morning with a “i wish i died” sleep at night to escape the pain inside pulling me forever down into your abyss such is my romance with loneliness.

paul