Solitude's Song


Solitude’s Song

In the quiet chambers of my heart, Where echoes of love once danced, I find solace in the spaces between, A single note, elegantly enhanced.

No hand to hold, no whispered vow, Yet freedom blooms like wildflowers. I am the keeper of my own secrets, The architect of my solitary hours. The ruler of my own future.

The moon winks, a silent confidante, As I trace constellations with my gaze. No need for shared constellations, For in aloneness, a universe sways.

So let the night unfold its velvet cloak, and let my soul sing its solo refrain. Being single is not a void to fill, but a canvas were self-love paints again.

  • Author: DLewis88 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: March 29th, 2024 15:21
  • Comment from author about the poem: I have been feeling down lately about being single. A lot of my family members and friends from the last 15 years have been in relationships and being married. Some of them already have 2-4 kids. I have use an A.I program to help me up come with the write words for this poem.
  • Category: Reflection
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