My Heart Belongs With the Lonely

My heart belongs with the lonely,
It’s where I’m meant to be –
Not in the thoughtless crowd, or off
Among complacency

My heart belongs with the lonely,
And will to them be borne –
For while I still have eyes to see,
I’ll comfort those
Who mourn


 

(“My Heart Belongs With the Lonely” – 7-15-2015)

Author: Beleaguered Servant

Owen "Beleaguered" Servant (a/k/a Sibelius Russell) writes poetry mostly, with an occasional pause to have a seizure.

15 thoughts on “My Heart Belongs With the Lonely”

      1. It’s like validation for yourself that someone cherishes you so much to know all about you.

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  1. Odd but i must thank you for posting this in writing. Your voice came too close to me. I so often feel as you do.
    It is beautiful to find so many souls out there and to touch them as you do, i for one will continue to take delight and solace in your writing,
    love Holly
    Angel in the dust

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  2. Short yet lovely poem. It’s with the loners that us loners find solace. Some of us don’t like the big crowds and parties. A quieter evening with close friends is way more enticing. ๐Ÿ™‚

    There’s a cool poem called ‘She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways’. It talks about this woman who used to be alone and was not known by many. Yet there was one special person, the poet, who admired her. I thought this had a great lesson in it: that of how there is always someone who thinks of you as special, even if you don’t see yourself the same way.

    If that sounds interesting to you, I wrote an article describing the key values of the poem here: https://revitellect.wordpress.com/2017/03/28/youre-always-special-to-someone/

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