Broken Mirror

A silent cry, a silent tear, no one around to compel; see or hear.

Loneliness my companion, a strange friend indeed, that eats me away within, slowly; reminding me of my deficiency.

No knock or sound except of footsteps travelling another direction, I hear, I see, but stare in hope of a familiar face, a familiar body.

The darkness aids my estranged friend, both mocking my surroundings, and then at me.

I mourn at what was once mine, and now forever gone. I reminisce at the days of happiness, as I lay still, as I lay lost.

Closing my eyes to escape, what is before me, allowing the stars, allowing the sky to envelope me,
holding; hoping; that tomorrow; will bring a better day, a better me.

 
Sobia

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34 thoughts on “Broken Mirror

    1. Thank you ever so much, I’m glad that you like my work.

      Loneliness can be painful, however you are welcome here anytime, and I am happy to talk and share to eliminate even a little bit of loneliness you are feeling. No one should feel alone, I befriended my journal and blog, which helps me write when I have moments like that.

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  1. I love your poetry and thank you for the many interesting posts that I have read. I love this one, as it describes the solitude life I lead at this time. The poem kinda spoke to me, and for that reason, I hope you don’t mind that I have reblogged it. Thanks for sharing
    Julie

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    1. Thank you ever so much.
      With pleasure feel free to reblog whatever you like and whatever makes you feel good.
      At times like this you wish for people to talk to you about what you are editing sometimes, so just to let it out and not hoard them inside.
      I hope this time passes swiftly and that you find loved ones nearby. 👍🏼
      Thank you for stopping by. You’re welcome here anytime and you’re presence is much appreciated.

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    1. Aaw Thank you for you’re feedback, it’s greatly appreciated.

      Hope you’re well and good now.

      At times of sadness and grief, not only do we learn to become stronger but after all of it; we outshine and come out much better and much stronger than before. 👍

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