I Know How You Feel
I know how you feel,
Because I once felt the same..
Being unable to differ from what's real,
And what's merely a game..
Focusing to help others,
And asking for a small favor in return..
Feeling pressure and smothers,
Weeks after, still for the favor yearn..
Don't worry, because I know how you feel,
I've been in the same place..
Even when low on funds, making sure not to steal,
Every ideal plan, having to rest its case..
When you feel all alone,
Tired, dull and lost..
Seek inspiration at the place best known,
Hear your heart beating and paying its cost.
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