4 Metaphors for  lonely

4 Metaphors for lonely

The two Chroniclers: Lonely is the man who understands.

Lonely is vision that leads a man away From the pasture-lands, From the furrows of corn and the brown loads of hay, To the mountain-side, To the high places where contemplation brings All his adventurings Among the sowers and the tillers in the wide Valleys to one fused experience, That shall control The courses of his soul, And give his hand Courage and continence.

II.A Lonely, Mischievous Water-Baby Tom was very happy swimming about in the river, although he was now only about four inches long, with a set of external gills, just like those of an eft.

It stretched as far as the eye could see, and was as lonely as roads across deserts.