Aren't we all unaware,
Of why we all are here?
Aren't we all not really into,
What we are forced to do?
Daily basic life we say,
Where we deal with our day?
Emotions never come in a straight line,
We don't always need the world to know we're fine.
I presumed and presumed a little more,
Since I was just four.
They call it curiosity or control issues,
But none had cared about my tore tissues.
There was the time,
When I needed you to be mine.
I wanted to know from did I belong,
From where did this mess come from?
But never did they utter a single word,
As all the parents do to their ward,
They never let them know-
Who's the fraud,
They thought it would help me to grow.
I seemingly handled myself,
But there was something-
That was going to put me in my relf.
Honest I couldn't handle it,
The sweet family,
They pretend to be in love so perfectly.
I scream so had in my head,
I never wanted to know about my real existence,
I couldn't hold onto something with such patience. So asked out, not for the first time,
But several times,
Cos I needed to know what was behind,
I wanted to know about those signs.
As I was cursed for being as same as her,
They mentioned her as an intoxicated person in the bar.
I never wanted to be proven wrong,
Proven wrong in this way.
Where I was grown,
Was full of mysterious betrays.