Oh, Such glorious breeze
Wafting fresh, through my home
I bask whilst I ponder
The Joy of alone.

The roads that I crawled down
So long I did roam
One single vision
This being alone.

The wind chimes are singing
Many birds fly as one
The water is rippling
Golden rays from the sun.

Those paths so long traveled
Are left far behind
The darkness has vanished
Such silence I find.

Breathe deep of this pleasure
This peace in my home
How I thank you, Sweet Jesus
Atlast, we're alone.

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BlackButterfly1 commented on ALONE


I totally understand where you're coming from here. Being alone is a fright for many but in my experience I've learned that being alone is the best way to get to know self and Yes, it certainly does bring you closer to God. I wrote one similar called Loney but Not Alone for we are never truly alone.

waitingonGod commented on ALONE


It is a gift from God that we can be happy being alone. It is a much greater gift when we realize we are alone so that we can spend special time with our Creator, who loves us more than any person ever could. Nice poem!

Hampton commented on ALONE


Very nice meter and rhyme.....................................Hampton



Thank you, Hampton, for stopping by for for your kind words. God Bless you!

jeanpnkldyg commented on ALONE


"Breathe deep of this pleasure" - I find being alone with God my greatest joy.



Amen, Sister!

WordSlinger commented on ALONE


Hmmm this is a powerful poem, it made me wonder, I ll have to read it again, ty WS



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If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.

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