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  1. Hold Me

    • By Chula
    • Published: January 2008
    I'm Feeling Alone Poem

    I'm hurt all the time.
    I don't want to cry for the way I feel inside.
    I just want someone to hold me.
    I'm alone in the dark; please try to find me.

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    • Rating 4.35
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    I am 77 years old and I am still hoping to be held and loved. What is wrong with me? Why can I not be loved? I am in a relationship, and he does not look at me or care to hold me or search...

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  3. The Eyes Of Desert

    Loneliness Of Singlehood

    Contentment is all that I seek for
    Fulfillment is what I look for
    And all is in my mind
    ...

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    • Rating 3.94
  4. You Don't Know Me

    • By Lucie
    • Published: November 2007

    Picture

    Some of you pretend to know me...
    some of you don't care to
    Close family and friends you might be...
    but you still don't know ME.

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    • Rating 3.88
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    This poem really touches me because I’m not close with my mom or my siblings. It was 12 of us, and when we were younger we were close, but as we got older, I was left out of a lot of things....

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  6. Not Really Alone

    • By Cathy K. Wilmot
    • Published: November 2007

    Sitting on the windowsill
    staring out, into the stars
    letting all dreams pass me by
    breath by breath...

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    • Votes 180
    • Rating 4.21
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    All my life I've moved around. Mama and Papa were always fighting, and I got hit a lot. I went a little mad then. Instead of real friends, I had imaginary ones who I still have to this day....

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  7. Feelings Of Abandonment

    I keep looking for comfort from you
    I sit and wonder if your love is true
    You see me crying
    Inside you have to know I'm dying...

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    • Rating 4.41
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    The poem touched me. I never could get close to my family. My dad left my mom when I was 11 years old. I saw how my dad would beat my mom up all the time. When my dad would have visits with...

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  8. Lonely Nights

    • By Frank
    • Published: November 2007
    Poem About Being Alone At Night

    Set forth towards the light
    For it will be a lonely night
    As long as I live
    As far as I see...

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    • Rating 4.00
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    Lonely nights turn my windows into mirrors. Like old elevators bouncing back and forth, infinite reflections of reflections, a dizzying display of every mistake regret and loss. Until the...

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  10. Why Can't People See The Real Me?

    • By Mantica Mosselli
    • Published: June 2007
    You Don't Know Me Yet

    Why?
    Why can't people see the real me?
    I try so hard to be the perfect person I can be.
    Sure I'm young, quiet and shy.

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    • Rating 4.28
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    I love this poem! I really feel you writer!

  11. All I Want

    • By Angel Eddy
    • Published: February 2006



    My life sucks so bad, and
    no one knows....

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    • Rating 3.99
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    Every day it gets harder knowing you're not good enough. Names shoving down your throat. Thinking it is over, but you learn it's only the beginning. Your friends withdraw from you. You're all...

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