Stuck In A Hole

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Alone in my thoughts,

I sense my heart burning

from the pain I feel.

I notice my eyes

starting to water with salty tears

and my insides shaking inexorably.

It’s like I’ve dropped myself

into a dirty, dusty, deep and dark hole

where I’ve sat for a long time, unseen.

Trying to escape the hole,

needing a group of helping hands

to quickly release me.

More people like me

and more people by my side;

I no longer feel like an outsider.

I’m a part of a club;

I’m no longer

stuck in a hole.

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Thank you for taking the time to read another one of my Medium poems. Feeling alone doesn’t feel pleasant and everyone needs a support system to help them overcome their challenges. If you loved reading this poem, please clap, share it and feel free to connect with and follow me on Facebook and Instagram. Until next time!

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