Poem about Sadness

Poem About Waiting For The Phone To Ring

I am always the one waiting for the phone to ring.

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Before Covid hit, I was very happy living my 11-year-old life, but when it did, well I felt very lonely. I relate to this poem so much because everything described (and more) is exactly how I...

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Sometimes I Get Lonely

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Published by Family Friend Poems March 2015

Sometimes I get lonely
Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
Always connecting but not connected

Sometimes I get lonely
Looking to the future
Forgetting to be in the present

Sometimes I get lonely
Thinking someday, one day
Never thinking right here, right now

Sometimes I get lonely
Phone's on, WiFi's up
Waiting for it to buzz

Sometimes I get lonely
Just waiting...
Always waiting...

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  • Cyrene Dorfmeister by Cyrene Dorfmeister
  • 1 month ago

Before Covid hit, I was very happy living my 11-year-old life, but when it did, well I felt very lonely. I relate to this poem so much because everything described (and more) is exactly how I felt. I literally cried myself to sleep at night because I missed my friends so much. Sometimes I had wished that I could go back to the time when I was in 6th grade again, playing in the park with my friends. But now I understand that other people went through the same thing and that I'm not alone. I deeply appreciate the many people in my life who made me happy in the blanket of sadness that I had for 3 whole years.

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