Alone But Not Lonely - Poem by Stanley Collymore

I much prefer my own company; it’s a matter of
personal choice, for I like the peace of mind
that it evidently affords me. The chance
to hear myself think and not have to
listen endlessly and uninterestedly to
the garrulous garbage of blithering idiots.
So why then, under these well-known
circumstances, don’t you respect
my preferred privacy and
sensibly leave me
permanently
alone?

© Stanley V. Collymore
7 January 2011.

Poems by Stanley Collymore

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