Cain Lopeck


A smile can hide a million tears
Anger, depression, dread, and fears
Hidden all by lies you created
As you pretend your happy by acting elated
The emotional scars growing now
As you even participate in the reason how
Your own mental pain has broken you
The world you know is metaphorically blue
Forever lasting terror as your day goes on
Hoping for a miracle that will never come along
The light that saved you left you in the dark
And it is for safety that you bark
Deserted, forgotten, and left alone
It is the disease of depression that you aren't prone
Your smiles are back alone with the hate
Even the you lose your hope of forgetting this fate
Your friends are now gone and the tears begin to seep
You still can never fill your entire need to weep
The anger is building as you name yourself worthless
Your almost dead inside yet nothing hurts less
The family that loved you now longer seems to care
The hugs and kisses are just each a silent dare
The verbal love is a lie like your smiles
Said but not meant to show that they will ever be vile
Sadly you know these facts
Through too much experience and a million and one emotional attacks

Submitted: Friday, July 12, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013
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