A World That Doesn’t Care - Poem by Cena Rose
I always felt alone.
Even when everyone was there.
No one was on my side
They didn’t know I feared.
I wished I was you
Sitin’ all care-free.
Not all wishes do come true.
Or for me.
In a world where unfair is fair
A friend can be a foe.
Our world is upside-down
And there’s no where to go.
Just look at all the people
No recognition anywhere.
Look how carefree they walk, like you
We live in a world that doesn’t care.
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