Would someone, my friend, be?

by Mihir Deshmukh   Jul 31, 2014

Would someone, my friend, be?

Deep blue ocean and a sandy shore,
far from the world I so abhor.
slant roofed villa and white washed fence,
perfect destination for an escapade with friends.

thousand dollar phone but no one to call,
no one to hold you for when you might fall.
For with the world I have a feud,
silenced is my heart in the fortress of solitude.

and I console myself the tables will turn,
those who abandon me, in hells fire they'll burn.
but in due time would i realise,
trusts a game, my wall I'll have to sacrifice.

and my heart would ask is there something worth it?
is there anyone in your friends place who'd fit?
would there be someone for whom your passion may never end,
a person so similar you'd love to call him friend.

All I'll say is I'll have to see,
find an angel from this curse who'd set me free.
someone who'll answer the call of my heart,
someone with whom friendship i'd like to start


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  • 2 years ago

    by Em

    Such a beautiful but sad piece all the same.
    Loneliness is a horrible thing and no matter what you have it doesn't matter, sometimes.


  • 3 years ago

    by Fires Fade

    Very nice. Life is so much better when you have people to live it with. You did well in conveying the message of "loneliness". Keep up the good work.

  • 3 years ago

    by Dancing Rivers

    That's really beautiful it's so sad, the loneliness rips at my heart though I can relate to it.it's true that"trusts a game, my walls I'll have to sacrifice"without trust and sacrifice one can't even begin to create any form of friendship, though sometimes it is really hard to break down your walls and let someone new in cause you've become so accustomed to your solitude that anyone else entering your world would almost be seen by your subconscious as a threat to your emotional and psychological wellbeing.really great piece steel :-)