From the list of emotions we were given I was not sure which word i wanted to do. From all the words available I felt drawn towards the ‘darker’ feeling emotions, such as ‘Lonely’, ‘Depressed’, ‘Sad’ & ‘Fear’.
Therefore i decided to do a bit more work into the ideas of them all. I feel that in some respects they are linked to each other.
1600–10; lone + -ly
1. See alone. 4. uninhabited, unpopulated. 5. secluded.
1. sad and gloomy; dejected; downcast.
2. pressed down, or situated lower than the general surface.
3. lowered in force, amount, etc.
4. undergoing economic hardship, especially poverty and unemployment.
5. being or measured below the standard or norm.
1375–1425; late Middle English; see depress, -ed2
1. saddened, morose, despondent, miserable; blue; morbid.
1. affected by unhappiness or grief; sorrowful or mournful: to feel sad because a close friend has moved away.
before 1000; Middle English; Old English sæd grave, heavy, weary, orig. sated, full; cognate with German satt, Gothic saths full, satisfied; akin to Latin satis enough, satur sated, Greek hádēn enough.
1. unhappy, despondent, disconsolate, discouraged, gloomy, downcast, downhearted, depressed, dejected, melancholy.
1. a feeling of distress, apprehension, or alarm caused by impending danger, pain, etc
2. a cause of this feeling
3. awe; reverence: fear of God
4. concern; anxiety
5. possibility; chance: there is no fear of that happening
6. for fear of, for fear that, for fear lest to forestall or avoid
7. no fear certainly not
8. put the fear of God into to frighten—vb (foll by for)
9. to be afraid (to do something) or of (a person or thing); dread
10. (tr) to revere; respect
11. (tr; takes a clause as object) to be sorry: used to lessen the effect of an unpleasant statement: I fear that you have not won
12. to feel anxiety about something
13. an archaic word for frighten
This gives me a better understanding of the words, and a direction to head in next.