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Lonely companion

To be in a crowded classroom and still feel unwanted...
To be surrounded by friends and yet feel a loser..
To be conscious about each word you speak 
Afraid to lose anymore people than you already have lost
Its a weird feeling to be present everywhere,
But worrying each second when they would chuck you out
Loneliness ,you have been trailing behind me
Shadowing my present 
Threatening my future
Everyday an agony
Hours spent thinking what to do ,how to be a busy bee
The more I thought the lonelier I became...
There was no escape route
Like a cancer it spread through me..
My inner soul tried to push the threads of loneliness which bound me
But the more I struggled the tighter it became..
And at the end I gave up the struggle 
I chose to be lonely,I chose to be alone...
Or better loneliness chose me to be its lonely companion...

Copyright © shreyas susan | Year Posted 2016


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