Alone in the cold and dark

  • Alone in the Dark (
    Everyone Is gone, I look around, silence Is the sound,

    Where did they go, I do not know, I am somehow alone.

    A campsite of darkness Is a fun and peaceful place,

    A warm fire, friends, and laughter will liven up the night.

  • Not Going Back to Sleep (
    I’ve had less than three hours of sleep and I dreamt that I was chased by ‘something,’ overdosed on painkillers and later miraculously came back to life before I turned completely (dark) purple and choked myself to death.
  • God of Old Lonely Men (
    Sorrow lurks
    Doubt lurks
    In the dark corners of my mind,
    Waiting to convince me
    That wisdom will fail.
  • The Lonely Heart (
    The lonely heart sits in the silence and whispers into the thing air
    A message only his heart carry’s
    A message of one heart but with many voices
    He looks to see if there’s anyone watching him
    But all he sees is darkness, grief, pain and emptiness
    His muscles shiver as his mind is bombarded with voices
    Fear begins to take hold of his strength
  • In silence we weep. (
    In silence she wept,
    ‘It’s cold here’ she whispered.
    ‘It’s kinda lonely’ she murmured.
    ‘It’s sad’ she said.
    And for the lack of  anyone else,
    She wrapped her arms around herself.


Filed under Being and Feeling, Poetry - Poems, Re-Blogs and Great Blogs

5 responses to “Alone in the cold and dark

  1. camgal

    Thank you 🙂


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