Twysted Xprezzions Liag

Invisible - Poem by Twysted Xprezzions Liag

They smile and stare, yet it's like I'm not there;
they just look right pass me and every move I make,
They ask ‘how yah doing’, I know they don't care,
it’s just an old habit they don’t try to break
I always hear their whispers, no need to deny they’re all talking about me,
but there's little to say cause they can't know anything from what they see,
I’m no different from anyone else; my body parts are all the way they should be
so why do they treat me like an outcast, make me feel like I don't belong here
Why do I feel so neglected and all my friends slowly disappear,
I give my all my time my space only to be given a punch in the face
Nothing I do is ever good enough nothing I say is just quite right
They think I’m fine; I don’t have a care I’m so light
so they don’t see my tears or feel my pain
No one listens there’re more important places to be, not a hand reaches out to me
I’ll never fit in no matter how hard I try, so I float away like a cloud in the sky
People hurt me, people lie, people often make me cry
There’s just so much and no more one can take so myself I’ll reinvent,
When I close my eyes I see a world that was truly made for me
I’m on my own just living my life just me myself and I
So smile and stare, pretend that you care
It doesn’t matter one way or the other
Cause now I’m numb, emotionless and cold
Thank you for making me invisible

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  • (6/13/2008 10:48:00 PM)

    i can relate that feeling be locked in your own world, feeling no one can see who you are and no one has anything similar to you...its so painfull and cold (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 12, 2008

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