Comments : Alone

  • 1 year ago

    by Ben Pickard

    This poem resonated with me as I myself have often felt like this. I'm not very comfortable in big crowds and hate attention being directed at me; you always feel like you're being examined or judged, don't you?
    So what do you do? 'Slink' into a quiet corner with a smile on your face (in case anyone does see you) and hope that that's enough to see you through.

    Take care and all the best,


  • 1 year ago

    by Brenda

    Wow, totally feel this write! I hate walking into a room, hate having attention on me. I would so like to be invisible then be called out or on for something. Well done-

  • 1 year ago

    by Em

    Hiya, this is emotional and raw of which many people including myself can relate to and possibly take something from.

    1: When we are depressed or anxious even walking into a room can be courageous and can leave us breathless and helpless especially when doing it alone, just that support helps a little.

    2: Love this statement it's so simple but So true.

    3: This, is the feast we don't want people to notice so as Ben said we slink into the darkest corner and hope no one notices.

    4: Such a vivid image or the room falling silent but you're head screaming "get me out."

    5: And we do this because of the things that are beyond our control; people hurting us and judging us.

    6; embarrassment would only bring attention and we really do not like attention.

    7: Yes we are now on target away from any judgement or attention but alone.

    8&9: I do this all the time, put on a brave face and take in a deep breath and even more so when I shaved my hair for charity as that was my best feature and I was scared because I was 'different.'

    10: This is now thing I hate people giving 'advice' when in all honesty it doesn't help at all. If we could get better or make it feel less real then we would.

    11&12 We all need to have that sense of security and feel less alone.
    A fab, emotional and relatable write, well done.