Loneliness In Love

Loneliness In Love

A Poem by Lucy Kennedy


I am lost in a crowd.


Will I ever be found?


Entered in another bet,

I have the air alone.

Am I not adequet?

Loneliness chills my bones.


Wandering this empty land,

Playing that usual game of solitary.

Exploration for that special man,

I think, I found! But its only momentarily.



Thriving on moments,

Poignant to waste my breath.



O' to be so!

To own thee!

Salvaged from that misery.


I misconceive his feelings,

my days they seem to iterate.

Artful smile, I strike the ceiling.

While my heart and brain debate.


Can this be the consequence?

Blunders of my past.

Should I throw it all for chance,

On something that will never last.


Wangling my presentiment.

A code of love,


Submitting to the evident,

my adulacious future spent.

© 2009 Lucy Kennedy

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A most profound write so eloquently described with simplicity,dexterity and an amazing imagination

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Lucy Kennedy
Lucy Kennedy

Pittsburgh, PA

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