S.O.S. or Mayday, Mayday. In the old, old days a telegram S.O.S. was the way of sending out a call of distress. Next came the Mayday, Mayday that replaced the S.O.S., as a call of distress. I said all that, to give you a histroy lesson in calls of distress, because I am calling out an S.O.S. or a Mayday, Mayday of my own today. I am a lonely man, looking for someone to LOVE, I am not wanting to be alone all my life, to live and die alone. If you have not been alone for more than two years, then you can't unstand how, someone like me feels. To be alone by yourself and feel lonely is bad, but to be in a room full of people and to feel alone and lonely is far, far, far more heartbreaking. To see others hug and kiss, but not have anyone to hug and kio is heartbreaking. To see real life, movies, and TV shows where people go from not being close, to being really, really close is heartbreaking. On holidays like Christmas, New Year's Eve, Thanksgiving, Valentines Day, and Birthdays is even more heartbreaking. ALL I WANT IS SOMEONE TO LOVE ME, WHAT KIND OF A MONSTER MUST I BE, THAT I CAN'T GET IT? WILL SOMEONE, ANYONE PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE LOVE ME!!!!!!! I NEED, NO WANT IT SO BAD, I WILL TAKE ANYONE, I WANT A WOMAN, THAT LOOKS AND DRESSES UP AS A WOMAN, I WANT IT SO BAD, IF A MAN DRESSING UP AS A WOMAN AND ACTS LIKE A WOMAN, WAS TO GIVE ME HIS LOVE, I WOULD LOVE HIM, AS MUCH, IF NOT MORE THAN A WOMAN, BECAUSE HE IS GOING MORE OUT OF HIS WAY TOO FIND LOVE, THAN THE WOMAN IS. I don't care who LOVES ME, just as long as the LOVE IS TRUELY GIVEN. GIVEN FOR IT TO BE RETURNED IN KIND. SO SOMEONE, ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!! DON'T TELL ME I NEED HELP, FROM ANY OTHER PLACE OR PERSON. DON'T TELL ME, YOU DON'T KNOW, OR NEVER WILL GET TO, because lonely people get only pain from that, and NO GOOD. TO A LONELY PERSON, THAT HEARS YOU SAY THAT, THEY HEAR, YOU ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME, SO DON'T TALK TO ME, I CAN CARE LESS ABOUT YOU, AT YOUR TROUBLES. TO A LONELY PERSON, YOU HAVE JUST BROKEN THEIR HEART A LITTLE MORE, MADE THEM FEEL MORE LONELY, NOT LESS.