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Loneliness.

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Introduction

Loneliness The sun blazed down from the clear blue sky on to the window. I lie in bed listening to the bird's voice. Its singing is remarkable; I could sit and listen all the time if I had nothing else to do. But what have I got to do? I ponder on what I might achieve today, nothing comes to mind. I rise with a sudden feeling of emptiness. I dress slowly into the faded jeans and the blouse that I had worn the day before and equipping myself with a pen and pad, I get to work on another poem I'd started earlier but had not finished. It's not as though I don't have the time but I just become impatient and bored. After browsing through the empty fridge, I decide to go shopping and treat myself with some delicious foods. I check my reflection in the mirror, my brown hair falls down at shoulder length and my green eyes glisten in the light. I make my way to the door unaware of the stack of bills I haven't yet paid. Twix rushes past my feet to his bowl, I promise myself that I'll feed him when I come back. I give him a quick stroke and he says thank you with a friendly meow as I rush out of the door. * Meanwhile, on the other side of town Bob was already on his way to work. ...read more.

Middle

As he looked up I suddenly realised; he was one of the men from the accident. We spoke to each other for an hour, I felt as though we had known each another forever. He was so easy to talk to. A little shy at first but so was I. I hadn't had a proper conversation with someone in weeks. We arranged to meet up again that night, I nearly skipped all the way home. When I was deciding what to wear I had a brief second of dread, what if it all went wrong? What if I didn't like him? Why am I being so paranoid? Finally after seven different outfits and ten minutes before I had to be there, I was ready. * Bob's day was appalling he received snide comments from every one he passed it was a great relief when the woman on the park bench spoke to him in a good-hearted manner, he took him a while to realise who she was; the woman that saved the little girl. He was now on his way out the door and ignoring the glares from the public he walked to the restaurant. She was pacing up and down the street fiddling with her hair. He looked at his watch; he was only five minutes late. They exchanged greetings and made their way to their table. The night ended with a farewell kiss. ...read more.

Conclusion

A year later I actually was able to finish one of my poems I had started, it took my mind of Bob but I knew if his killer was still out there I would never be at peace. Loneliness is always looking for a friend, It found me once and it has been around since then. Loneliness is never waiting by the door It sweeps right through and will never be ignored. Why? Why was I chosen why am I left without? The love of my life the love that I need, The love that they say is in life for free. The love of dreams the love that I want Loneliness knows me by name. Loneliness knows everything I keep inside My endless thoughts in the silence of the night. Loneliness is the love that made me see Ain't nobody else who can make a change but me. Why? Why was I chosen? Why was I left without? The love of my life the love that I need, The love that they say is in life for free. The love of dreams the love that I want Loneliness knows me by name. Less is more and that would be the vacant space The cried out tears and a never ending maze. I have found what only loneliness provides A strength within knowing I can find The love of my life the love that I need, The love that they say is in life for free. The love of dreams the love that I want Loneliness knows me by name. ...read more.

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