on loneliness October 6, 2007
Loneliness is worse when it seeps through the middle of a conversation,
while you laugh or while you see beautiful places or things.
When waking in an empty room is less cold
than waking next to someone with his arms around you.
When you would rather spend friday night watching tv
than a night out with your friends.
When you are willing to throw away everything for nothing.
When you would choose to have no one care.
Loneliness is worse when solitude becomes more endurable than company,
when you look forward to it.