Alone With Loneliness

Alone With Loneliness short poem

Uploaded by Deva Dev


It’s been 4 am
I can’t sleep
I can’t be me without you
I think of you, if you were here
I think I’m happy but, I’m sad about the way I used to be
I want changes in life
I want you the most
I sing myself quite
I sing the song about you
The song about you..

I found a gap between us
I found a way to fill it too
I stopped speaking much
I stopped caring much
I wished things have been better
I wished we were together
I’m just a body without soul
I’m just nobody without you
So I keep singing the song about you
The song about you..

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