|Hey there, Cursedlove. I found your story through the Read and Review option. Welcome to WdC!
A clear title and brief description left no doubt in my mind. I prepared for the worst. I'm guessing this was written as it materialized through your imagination. However, it reads personally as pertaining to the author expressing themselves.
A few bumps along the way can be easily edited with a few pointers. In the first verse, last line, taking out 'is' loses one passive verb. Then the word 'feel' is called a distancing word. So, the end result would be, using only your words: The night sky makes me lonely. See how it's more direct? Then, consider that nothing can make you feel anything. We choose our emotions. So, 'lonely beneath the night sky' would be one suggestion
But why is she sitting, wondering where she is? A forest in her mind? Is she dreaming? Sorry, if I misunderstood the meaning.
In the second verse, I don't understand why a spider would be bewildered? An do you want to use the word 'lonely' in close proximity?
The next two lines sound perfect, creating a vivid picture of the mental state of the person.
In the following two lines, perhaps a period after 'thunder' since in the next sentence the character is dead inside. I'm only trying to help, not critique. Try losing all passive verbs for a strong impact. Maybe, reordering, not changing your words, 'Dead inside, no hope of survival' might work.
Last line, (nice rhyme scheme) try to resist using the same word in close proximity. In this case, 'hope'. I won't make a suggestion, merely say a thesaurus comes in handy.
So, in the end, I applaud you trying to capture troublesome thoughts on virtual paper. The emotions ran strong, the message was clear. (Mostly)
Pondering this poem and your user name, I'm thinking you must be very lonely. For that, I am sorry. But guess what? We have some wonderful members here, and I hope you find this to be your second home as most of us do. Keep writing!