You’re so used to

Who in this world is used to be lonely perhaps did not try enough to get in contact with others and to reach out the hand of love giving trust and did not opened his or her mind to feel the Most High divine Creator Who is prepared to meet all His creatures who are willing to meet Him.

When used to being lonely, having voices sounding like silence, we do have to recharge ourselves and dare to go out in what looks like the storms outside that may look serene.

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You’re so used to being lonely,
That the voices sound like silence,
And all the storms outside
Look serene.

You’re so used to being lonely,
That the crowd in the streets
Look like black and white
Shadows.

You’re so used to being lonely,
That you can live a lifetime lonely,
And enjoy the company
Of the lonely souls inside of you.

You’re so used to being lonely.
Not alone, but lonely.
Lonely,
Because alone is only for a while,
But lonely is a state.
Lonely is forever.

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