Inro Lavil

Rookie (April 1992 / Cavite City, Philippines)

Schadenfreude Poem by Inro Lavil


Hahaha
Leaving me alone is the easiest job in the world
Hahaha
Making me sad is the greatest feat you can have
Hahaha
Laughter's a medicine to those who are high to it
Hahaha
My anger is your vitamin that strengthens you
Hahaha
Solitude, hug me once more, shield me hard
Hahaha
These fools are making fun of me
Hahaha
This world is expecting big from me and I can't answer their calls
Hahaha
They will beat me
Hahaha
Their laughter deafens me
Hahaha
I must cry but hatred is what I feel
Hahaha
I must cry because they want to see me do it
Hahaha
I must draw my energy to them
Hahaha
So that I will be withered and they canl make fun of me for more hours
Hahaha
Please, please, please
Hahaha
I'm addicted now to their laughter
Hahaha
I need it now
Hahaha
Solitude, where are you?
Hahaha
Hello!
Hello!
Hello!
Hahaha


Laugh at me more.

Submitted: Saturday, September 22, 2012

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