Lonely Happiness – Poems I find somewhere

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Lonely Happiness

Lonely Happiness

When you cry and your tears dry, surrounded by somber crowds it often comes by, scrubbing crude and obscene stains of sorrow hoping it cleans then you might know what loneliness means.

When you are happy and smile by yourself, or are sad, angry and sulk on your own, when you thrive to achieve but are blown to smithereens, then you might know what loneliness means.

When you are showered by love and beauty, listen to music play, but know this stale, numb emptiness is here to stay, A hollow, cold, frozen prisoner like other heartless living machines then you might know what loneliness means.

When you see this life of meaningless persistence, love or hate are no longer relevant or even in existence, and find joy in this freedom of empty screams, then you might know what loneliness means.

When you go through endless horrors of suffering and pain, and realize that there is nothing else to lose or gain, impermanent attachments of meaningless dreams, then you might know what happiness means.