Even doing something you enjoy
Can be lonely.
But there comes a certain exquisite
For that loneliness
When once submerged into it
It oddly fills you
And that loneliness
Completes the passion.
With writing, with biking, listening music…there are moments of loneliness by preference.
Absolutely Robert. Biking, another one of my favorites.
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yes, there are solitary experiences that fill us, like a room full of light
For sure and I work towards total immersion when engaged…not always successful…by try.
That’s it. Even when lonely, I have such intense emotions, that feeds into my creative needs.
Reblogged this on Starting Point 102 and commented:
Here is a poem we stumbled upon and absolutely loved!
Thank you StartingPoint102
Thank you for posting it, we really like your poetry!
The feeling that you cannot escape
No, you can’t. Thank you She Lyncy.
❤ It takes a very together person to go there ❤
Some days I’m more together than other days. 😉
You nailed this one ! Been there myself.
Thank you for that Thoughtsofyesterday. 🙂
When loneliness transcends to solitude through meaning … Lovely Colleen 💛
Thank you Val. 🙂
Love this one! The drawing really speaks to me!
So true…feels like heaven
It sure can. 🙂
Some things, you just have to do on your own. Self sufficient. It’s a good feeling.
It is a good feeling MW51, and I wouldn’t do it if I wasn’t alone.
I think this is true, but hate to admit it. It becomes part of the adventure of painting for me. . . Sometimes writing and never while reading. The characters keep me company, Colleen. xo
Oh no….never while reading for me either! 🙂
I very rarely feel lonely, but I do crave solitude.
Have you had new glasses?
Actually I have, but they are not accurately depicted here. 🙂
There, you see how the vibes are transmitted in your art!!
You’re my favorite today Peter! 🙂
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