Poem about Lonely : Lonely Life



Poem about Lonely : Lonely Life :




Lonely on the land I walk,

Lonely cross the sea I sail,

Lonely air of beach I stroll –

This lonely life doth take its toll.



Lonely trek of woodland trail,

Lonely mist in haze o’ dawn,

Lonely spies the bird of prey

In lonely circles all astray.



Lonely be the dark of night

When sleep is but a yearning wish,

To dream of sweet companions close,

As wine would pair with diner's dish.



Lonely do these thoughts me make

That draw my blood of precious life;

Replace with stream of flowing pain

To bless my veins with coursing strife.



Lonely years are now my friends,

Lonely cries bereft of sound,

Lonely tears that cool my face

In lonely life of sullen pace.



By
Mark R Slaughter






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