Loneliness is not wonderful.
I have been there;
it is so true.
Loneliness is painful,
but listen you will get over it too.
Everybody makes fun of me,
but I do not do something so crude.
So I end my word with a little word:
Alone is a poem C.K. wrote as part of an art project when she was five years old and in Kindergarten. The task given by the teacher was to draw a creative and artistic picture frame. Inside this picture frame, the students were to put something that mattered to them. It didn’t matter whether it was a photo, a drawing, or something other as long as it was thoughtful and heartfelt. C.K. designed a simple frame of curvy edges and inside drew horizontal lines to depict a piece of notebook paper. On these lines, this poem was written over the course of about a week. There are several spots on the paper where she erased multiple times in an endeavor to get it just right, and the paper has been worn thin due to those erasures. Nevertheless, it is a unique and charming piece of art encompassing pictorial aspects as well as the literary.