Web of Loneliness Poems

Poems of the Lonely

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Loneliness

Hate, anger, frustration,

How does one survive?

Confusion, distraught, depression.

Why even be alive?

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Screaming, running, sobbing,

Everyone is swarming.

Yelling, crying, dying.

Does someone really care?

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I sit alone now, all by

Myself with no one else.

They’ve all left again for good,

And I am once again alone.

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I only have friends when

They need a place to hide.

Does that make them love me?

“My basement’s always open. . .”

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I sit alone again and cry,

For the friends I wish I had,

But will never see.

All I get are words, in threes.

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They speak to me softly,

Worry in their faces.

Do they care? Or is

Their worry worthless?

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It hurts at the end,

As we all know, but

After that we don’t

Know how to go.

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Dante once said that sinners go

Where it is dark and dank,

And in the hot below,

Down where Hades rules.

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But do we know

Where people go

After their loneliness

Has got to them.

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Why stay here where it’s sad,

When you can live happy,

No longer alone,

No longer afraid.