Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Become a member
Nov 2019
my loneliness is larger than me
heavier, too
my loneliness the thick blanket
good for hiding under
my loneliness shields me from demons in the dark
but provides no warmth
my loneliness a cold fire I still sit beside
palms upturned, craving peace
my loneliness the war that rages unending
bodies left in a ****** wake
my loneliness the vultures swirling
I have never been very strong
my loneliness knows this, as she knows
all my other bitter secrets
my loneliness licks her smiling lips
opens her screaming maw
my loneliness is larger than me
deadlier, too
Georgia Marginson-Swart
Written by
Georgia Marginson-Swart  21/F/London
(21/F/London)   
1.9k
   Graff1980 and ---
Please log in to view and add comments on poems