Are we taking things for granted?
Are we a non player character
Or a person with nasopharyngeal cancer
Young and supposedly
Beginning to live life
Could I still be myself
If more things need to be shed
Trimmed and rounded
To not stand out
And be part of the society
Just like any other human
We share the same occupation and do not differ from ourselves
In the eye of others
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From soul to soul
The time of change
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The continual search for beauty in the mundane
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A land of ineptitude.
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My thoughts, my words and the story of my life.
Weaving a story to protect myself
They may see, they might know, but they'll never understand
Creating worlds out of words
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words sticking to fingers
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"Diving into a writers soul is discovering the broken treasure and beautiful mysteries that make you gasp for air."
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So that I can live the life I want to, even if it's not real.
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