Friday, June 18, 2010

The Lonely Time

After 10 p.m. is the loneliest time.


Linda S. Socha said...

I agree. I find another lonely time can be at 2 or 3 in the early am ....after sleeping a bit and then waking for no apparent reason

Big Mark 243 said...

eh... in the 0'dark that Linda speaks of, to wake up after being in a fitful sleep, I figure is a lonely time.

10 pm is the time it really sinks in that you are by yourself. Something abstract becomes real, vapors solidify, and you question the decisions that you made that brought you to that place (and wakes you up with Linda!!).

My lonely times come when there are people around, people I have so very little in common with, who are buzzing with activity and conversation that I can not concieve or understand. When I wish nothing more than to be by myself yet everyone seems to be around.

Or when I sit up in the late evening and wish for a pizza and can't have the one that I want because I don't drive. There is no one to call and I have to wait on circumstance to do things that people take for granted.

pacifica62 said...

If I am not working then I am usually in bed around 10 or before so not a lonely time for me. I think early evening can be a lonely time for me. Having nobody to come home to, nobody to talk with. My most lonely times are when I am feeling pain. Relentless nerve pain that never seems to want to go away and I feel all alone. Sad times for sure.

salemslot9 said...

as they say
there's a difference
between being alone
and being lonely