Being Myself Again - Poem by Melissa Koeman
I realized that I wasn’t myself anymore
The world was passing me by
I lost myself in misconceptions
Lost myself in strange illusions
It felt like I was on the outside looking in
And I couldn’t reach myself
Nothing felt right
And still it doesn’t feel right for 100 percent
I want to get back to being myself again
But can I go back to being my old self?
Did I change?
Maybe I lived a lie all that time that I was my “old self”
And I can't go back to “being myself again”
Now I still remain in the search of myself
In search of my identity...
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