Valentine Sasaki


Isolation


Being Isolated
I Don't Feel Down
Not Really Irritated
Not Gonna Frown

Not Really Caring
Of What You Have To Say
Sometimes Just Bearing
Being Crowded All Day

In My Isolation
I Know What To Feel
No Needed Concentration
Cause My Emotions Arn't Steel

Being Alone
Always Feels Fine
My Isolated Home
No Limit To Time

I'm Isolated
A One Man Parade
My Mind Won't Be Infultrated
I Won't Loose My Cherade

Hiding In My Shell
I Open Up To None
The Walls Once Fell
I Could Do Nothing But Run

Life's A Masqurade
We're All A Fake
Be Real And You Fade
So Pretend For Your Sake

Being Crowded
Is Suffocating
Being Surrounded
Is Just Frustrating

They Talk To Me
About Things I Hate
Can't They See
For Friends It's To Late

I See A Specialest
About Isolation
I Have No Intrest
I'm At Destination

Do You Know It's Alright
To Hate Socializeation
With People I Fight
Just For Isolation

But One Day I'll Be Alone
In My Imagination
My Lonely Home
Of My Isolation

Submitted: Sunday, June 07, 2009

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