My Adjectives

Posted on: Dec 18, 2023

2 mins read

I Am lost, scared and lonely.

Lost.
I dunno where I am going to, where I came from.
What I am looking for or if I will recognise it when it surfaces.
I dunno who to ask for help.
I see no one to question.
I see no signs, no options to choose from.
I am at a point that has many paths leading to different places.
What is at the end of the road I do not know?
Will it be something I would like or what makes me worse?
Something to clear my way or more lost than ever?

Scared.
I am scared of everything.
Everything about life, love, family, school.
Just everything.

What life brings, unsure if I am prepared for it.
What love is, if I will experience true genuine love.
Family that is imperfectly perfect, not disoriented.
And of course, passing my grades wella.

Lonely.
I feel so alone.
Alone in this World.
With;
No one to talk to,
No one to share my feelings with,
No one who understands.

Originally written: 2013

Summary:

In "My Adjectives," the poet lays bare a profound sense of confusion, fear, and loneliness. The verses depict a emotional exploration of being lost, uncertain of life's direction, scared of its challenges, and grappling with the imperfections of love and family. The poet candidly expresses the fear of the unknown, the apprehension about genuine love, and the isolation felt in a world without understanding companions. The poem encapsulates the raw emotions of a period marked by internal turmoil, portraying the silent struggles of a soul seeking solace.

Note: This summary was generated with the assistance of AI, based on the poet's guidance and insights into the poem's inspiration and meaning.

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