Loneliness is a strangle hold.

Loneliness feeds on itself, taking in the parts of you that you hold most dear and bastardising it, throwing it back at you when it’s become unrecognisable. Loneliness feels like a stormy ocean. It’s a brick wall. It’s a ball and chain.

Sometimes loneliness feels like my only companion. Oftentimes it is.


2 responses to “Loneliness is a strangle hold.”

  1. jamesmatter says :

    I see you are interested in horror. Try “The Terror” by Arthur Machen. It’s a short story. http://www.chaosium.com. I’m never lonely when I’m with a good book. You will be familiar with Lovecraft, of course. Also, interestingly enough, the original Bram Stoker Dracula is not bad.Better than all the movies put together, though you may disagree.

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