April Swan

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Truly Invisible


You see my face…
You see a smile
You watch me talk …
You see happiness
You see my style…
You see time and effort
I see myself…
I see imperfections
I see my past …
I see anger, loneliness and sadness
I see my art…
I see my demons
I hear my thoughts…
I hear nobody listening

Submitted: Monday, January 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, January 15, 2013

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Found it. Actually it's an old poem of mine.. but still holds truth.
I think it still deserves to be posted.

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