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  229.     

On Loneliness

How can anyone be lonely
With so many people on this planet
Who would love a kind word
From someone like you?

How can anyone be lonely
When there are people who could use your help
Elderly people wanting a visitor
Or a little child needing just a smile from you?

How can anyone be lonely
When volunteers are needed daily
To help out at hospitals, rehabs, schools
Or animals who want “you” to pet them or take them on a walk?

How can anyone be lonely
When they really think about
All they truly have to be grateful for
And all the things there really are to do to
Not be lonely?

So refuse to be lonely
Don’t succumb to its demands
To make you feel bitter
And sorry for yourself,
Stand up and fight off loneliness
Isn’t that someone over there that could use a friend?
 
Connie Webb

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  230.     

A Lonely, Lonely Night

Do you look at the ceiling in bed at night
and wish it away so you can sight
the stars in the sky and a golden moon
and realize that you're not in tune
with nature's scene
on a lonely, lonely night?

I have done this thing over and again.
I have also compromised the fact that when
my ceiling prevents this scene to occur
I sadly remain a prisoner
away from nature's scene
on a lonely, lonely night.

I have stopped looking at my ceiling at night.
I have closed my eyelids, closed them tight.
Why look at something that cannot be?
Do I want disappointment ‘cause I can't see
nature's scene
on a lonely, lonely night?
 
Edwina Reizer

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  231.     

the wall clock and the stairs....

all the sad and lonely people
they are all here
gathered,

all the sad and lonely people
they are all here
and i listen, listen all too well

and i ask myself, from where do all these lonely people come from?
and i ask some of them, from where do you come from?

all the lonely and sad people do not answer
they are well dressed, and square and straight and prim and proper

their lips are sealed and their gazes are deep
all the lonely and sad people with their wits on, their wisdom kept

in the silence of their boxes
that thorax, that ax on their backs
no blood at all, no sound, nothing so bad to see

from all these sad and lonely people
who have gathered here

knowing perhaps that we all look the same,
and behave in the same manner

of the wall clock and the stairs.
 
RIC S. BASTASA

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  232.     

THE LONELY CLASSROOM

Walking through the lonely roads
Passing by the lonely trees
Picking up a flower or two
To please my lonely teacher

These lonely roads they lead
To a huge lonely school
The bells have long rung and gone
But laughter, it still rings

I walk in to a lonely room
With chairs messed apart
The blackboard, chalky washed
And pencil scribbles on tables

Looking at nearly every seat
I see me seated there
Friends surrounding me
And laughing crazy geese

Dressed in shabby white and blue
Some in dark blue blazers
Paper rockets and crafty hearts
Zooming past the lazy fan

I see myself laughing
Truly fully enjoying
Throwing foils and icy glares
I see my self pleased

Oh! Then this insight hits me
I curl like a baby’s hand
And when a tear dropp drips by
I know my heaven was here!


Written for my besties from OOEHS. Nahida, Rida, Divya and Nahla)

AUGUST 2,2009
 
sania harris

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