Semantics of Loneliness

March 15, 2010 § Leave a comment

Alone is a lone.
A phenomenon with no space between the single and the solitary.
A oneness so fine it leaves no gap between, so consuming it defines itself in the absence of room for else.
Caught in a warp of self absorption, joined by a lack of conjuction in theirs or ours.
Alone describing a lone.


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