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Lonely Alone in Togetherness

Writing when my relationship started to glide out of my hands in 2010.

By Christian BassPublished about a month ago 1 min read
Lonely Alone in Togetherness
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Once so close, yet I stand apart,

Lost in the din, a silent heart.

Surrounded by nature, yet I'm alone,


Amidst laughter's echoes, a solitary tone.

Yearning for connection, a soul to own,

Lonely alone in togetherness, I've grown.


So much love to share, a silent plea,

Why can't he see the real me.

Aching for warmth in this icy zone


Where lovers lived, am I unknown?

In the paradox of company, I moan,

Lonely alone in togetherness, I've flown.


Echoes of silence, whispers unheard,

In the agony of life, no comforted word.

Drifting through moments, like a ghost, I roam,


Seeking warmth in the biding frost of home.

Yet even there, I find I'm prone,

Lonely alone in togetherness, I've mourn.


Thanks for reading!

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About the Creator

Christian Bass

An author, who writes tales of human encounters with nature and wildlife. I dive into the depths of the human psyche, offering an insights into our connection with the world around us, inviting us on a journeys.

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