Forever Alone

Forever Alone

A Poem by Bookworm1223

She sat, her hair a golden curtain about her shoulders, 
Soft wet tears fell from her cerulean eyes, 
Forming crystalline puddles. 
She sniffed, a delicate sob. 
The voices in her head yelled, 
Screamed at her stupidity. 
To think someone could love her. 
To think she could be loved. 
She would die as she was born, 
Naked and afraid. 
And as the pills sought purchase in her desert throat, 
She knew she truly was forever alone.

© 2016 Bookworm1223

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"She knew she truly was forever alone."
This is one harsh reality which makes a person hopeless as ever.. You portray the emotions in a beautiful way..

Posted 3 Years Ago

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3 Years Ago

Thank you. I like to think that one of the better aspects of the depression I have felt is being abl.. read more
Dr. YumnaKay

3 Years Ago

Yes I have the same thoughts. You are most welcome ☺

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Added on July 10, 2016
Last Updated on November 21, 2016