Well. I think that this is surely something everyone can relate to, we are all alone at some point, or at least feel that way.
I am just going to dive in here, ok? Ok.
The "i" in the first line needs to be capitalized. In fact all of your "i"s need to be capitalized.
The "p" in poets in the first line of the second stanza needs to be capitalized.
In the fourth stanza, second line, you need to change "costs" to cost.
Last stanza, first line, "lefted" is not a word, no matter how hard you are trying to make it fit. Leave, as in go, or left, as in has gone.
Another thing that bothers me. All but two of the stanzas are four lines. The two odd ones only have two lines. It is acceptable to write free verse, without lines, but if you are going to use some sort of structure, pick one and stick with it. You need to either alternate 4,2,4,2 and so one, or choose either 4 or 2. You can't just stick in a 2 line stanza here and there.