All Who Are Lost

All who are lost, I implore:
Seek one another, and there
Make a home that one may find
When they too have no door.

Open your arms to naive and wise
Alike who wander with heavy heart,
Who seek shelter not from cold
But from faces unrecognized.

For even the familiar visage
May seem a great distance
As those who cannot relate
To the lonely seeking lodge.

Venture aimless not to place
But person where refuge lies,
For destination is never home
If in our chests our heart stays.

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A poem about loneliness and how people should seek out each other, especially those who feel lost.