To be lonely is a viscous experience in our own heads.

The holidays begin with dread.

Our heads our prison or room locked.

Holidays remove our humanity often deep within our hearts.

Days and nights end as profound isolation within a crowd.

A crowded lonely room makes no sense and yet it imprisons and mames.

How can we exit this room of pain?

Open the door to self care, love, friendship and companionship with our own soul.

Never leaving compassion for others behind.

Our self discoveries shed light.

To end this cycle we start in the light. 

Reaching into the night, we must always remember our exit and other’s plight.