myself and me

Tonight, I feel lonely


Tonight, I feel lonely

Doubts and uncertainty

Confusion and misunderstanding

Creeping along the veins

Corroding my bones

Like slow poison

Numb me

Kill me

Disappointments and despair

Loneliness and helplessness

Pushing me into the dark hopeless abyss

I feel lonely tonight  


Tonight, I can not feel your love

Inch by inch, the distance between our hearts increase

till we can not feel each others beat anymore

Step by step, our bodies were dragged to the opposite directions

till our hands can not reach each other anymore

Block by block, the wall between us grows taller

till we are not in each others eyes anymore

I can not feel your love tonight  


Tonight, the song is sad

Cold wind blows me shaking

Cold rain freezes my soul

Lost its softness

My heart is as hard as stone

No tears run down my emotionless face

The song is sad tonight  


Tonight, I am lonely



  • Tony36

    Well written and expressed

    • myself and me

      Thanks for reading and commenting.

      • Tony36


      • BRIAN & ANGELA

        Thanks for sharing M & M ~ but your loneliness makes me sad. You know you are loved by all your MPS Friends so I am sending you Love ~ Hugs ~ Kisses ~ because I know they will make you feel A BIT less lonely ~ Yours as always BR IAN XOXOX

        • myself and me

          Thinking of the friends here always makes me feel warm. Thanks.

        • Michael Edwards

          A great work - sad and poignant.

          • myself and me

            Thanks, ME. Your bright watercolor paint does light me up.

            • Michael Edwards

              Cheers - another tomorrow.

            • Christina S

              A very good poem, M&M! Though it's quite sad, know you have friends at MPS! Very well written poem.

              • myself and me

                Thanks Christina. It seems not fit the season, I will try to cheer myself up.

              • Diamond

                vividly expressed. Love the second stanza. Rolling down the abyss of heart gives one the momentum to carry on. My perspective.

                • myself and me

                  Thanks Diamond. Only after death, could you reborn.

                  • Diamond

                    If so, I am reborn everyday.

                  • Fay Slimm

                    Such pathos in these well written lines M&M - - loneliness described in a heart-touching piece of fine poetry..

                    • myself and me

                      Thank you for reading and commenting.

                    • WL Schuett

                      Tonight the song is sad .... that has so much feeling , this poem just drips sadness... tugged my heart ...beautifully done M&M

                      • myself and me

                        Thanks WL for stopping by and leaving your comment.

                      • FredPeyer

                        Before you can build new, you have to destroy the old. And that is a sad and lonely business. Well written, m&m! While the song is sad tonight, tomorrow morning listen to the birds and do the same: Start the day with a wonderful song!

                        • myself and me

                          You are right. The morning is fresh.

                        • Goldfinch60

                          Very good emotive write, may that loneliness soon be abated.

                          • myself and me

                            Thank you for reading. I am sure eventually the loneliness will go.

                          • Santita

                            My dear friend, I hope that you don't feel this way. I hope it's poetic expression. In terms of a poem; this is so beautifully expressed you really brought it up a notch! Lines like "creeping along the veins" and "corroding my bones" paint such vivid & emotive pictures I could feel this write. Trully impressed. And I am always here if you need to talk!

                            • myself and me

                              Thank you Santita. It was a poetic expression of my feeling. I am better now.

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