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Loneliness

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Loneliness wears so many faces

It is the child who hides under the bed playing with his imaginary friends and creating fairy tales and mystical lands in his mind while his parents fighting downstairs

It is the mother who pretends to be in a crowded room and close her eyes so it doesn’t hurt when she sees that no one is there; she’s like an ancient tomb of an unsung forgotten warrior that no one is visiting anymore

It is the man with the big life and dreams, who laughs too loud, and works way too much, because he doesn’t want to go to an empty home

It is the married couple who sleep on the same bed, but the dead silence had wrapped itself upon them like a blanket on a cold winter night

It is the alcoholic you see every Friday night in the pub who thinks a bottle of liquor is his only source of warmth and attention

It is the woman you meet in the same pub with the red lipsticks, a broken smile, and a pair of eyes afraid to meet yours

It is the girl who counts the “likes” on her Facebook and Instagram posts trying to enhance her image and validate her own false reality

There are far too many people on this planet who are lonely, unloved, and uncared for; and each one of them is trying to hide their loneliness differently

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Painful Encouter

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In a crowded pub on a Friday night

Their eyes suddenly met

And all the memories came back

“Is that really her?” he asked himself

Or it is his mind playing tricks on him

Don’t she know he was always searching for her

In the crowds, movies and books?

Is it too late to ask her for a dance?

Where he can lays in her arms and dream forever

Yes, it is too late

He is just a torn page in her book now

That night he went home with tears in his eyes

He didn’t know the meaning of loneliness

Until she walked away from his life

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