longinghe sit behind those windows
as a right ~minimal~

thinking Alone ~ exhausted~
gleaming as a solid  carved figure
so real ~so heavy ~
A silent message from a silhouette
intense and living

steps disturbing  his thought
far away….but coming

breaking  away the not shared  thoughts

~to search for  ~ a little of love~
a tactile hand paused on his head
fingers entwining the hair
a cozy breath a warm touch
a tender kiss on his back
another deep breath
fall apart  ~ the guaranteed silence~

he stands up ~knowing~

Economic Feelings
to the life

7 thoughts on “Alone!!!!

  1. The fear of being alone? Or the happiness of solitude? Psychology Today publication says that there are only five basic fears, out of which almost all of our other so-called fears are manufactured. These are:

    Extinction—the fear of annihilation, of ceasing to exist. This is a more fundamental way to express it than just calling it “fear of death.” The idea of no longer being arouses a primary existential anxiety in all normal humans. Consider that panicky feeling you get when you look over the edge of a high building.
    Mutilation—the fear of losing any part of our precious bodily structure; the thought of having our body’s boundaries invaded, or of losing the integrity of any organ, body part, or natural function. Anxiety about animals, such as bugs, spiders, snakes, and other creepy things arises from fear of mutilation.
    Loss of Autonomy—the fear of being immobilized, paralyzed, restricted, enveloped, overwhelmed, entrapped, imprisoned, smothered, or otherwise controlled by circumstances beyond our control. In physical form, it’s commonly known as claustrophobia, but it also extends to our social interactions and relationships.
    Separation—the fear of abandonment, rejection, and loss of connectedness; of becoming a non-person—not wanted, respected, or valued by anyone else. The “silent treatment,” when imposed by a group, can have a devastating psychological effect on its target.
    Ego-death—the fear of humiliation, shame, or any other mechanism of profound self-disapproval that threatens the loss of integrity of the Self; the fear of the shattering or disintegration of one’s constructed sense of lovability, capability, and worthiness.
    That’s all—just those five. They can be thought of as forming a simple hierarchy, or “feararchy”:

    I find that so interesting and supportive of your post.


    • Hello Poet
      IH! I think i have a little of fear of all these things….LOL LOL
      i dont like feel fear…but solitude is a good fear…to me is the big one
      i think…Because is when you have to deal with yourself….We are alone, anyway, but we dont like to admit it…cause us panic….If you spend all your life thinking externally, about others, with others…
      Even you have had a life totally devoted to well,for others… you can not forget you….when that happens, life will charge you…is what we call loneliness …and hurt…because stay and it is almost perennial …..And we dont know how to deal with that….Alone…
      But…on this poem, the loneliness is a good thing…is when you need be with your thoughts to avoid the bitter solitude ahead….and someone breaks your divine space…
      Thanks so much for your comment i liked it very much….and means a lot to me….Hugs poet


  2. Very well written, truly evocative…
    I love these verses in particular:
    “Surprise…seconds/another deep breath/fall apart ~ the guaranteed silence~”
    Thanks for sharing and best wishes to you Mirna, Aquileana 😛


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