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Imagine

By CecileWonder All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Poetry

Chapter 1

Imagine 
Imagine your self 
Alone in your head 
You're hanging,dangling 
From a silver thread 

Empty,alone 
With the monsters within 
Internally screaming 
You just want to give now imagine that's you 
Everyday, every hour 
Forever sinking 
Like a wilting flower 

You try to tell your dad 
You try and tell your mom 
But they say you're just being silly 
You've just got to move on 

Because teens don't know sorrow 
Nor the hardships of life 
They're just kids with imaginations 
Just looking for attention, right? 

You think that there's none 
Who know how you feel 
You're just so alone 
But the feelings-they're real 

Useless 
Neglected 
Forgotten 
Distressed 

Alone 
Afraid 
But mostly 
Depressed 

And you're friends 
They go on 
Like nothing has changed 

"They must not care" 
Your thoughts whisper 
The lies in your brain 

You can't escape 
Trapped in your own skin 
You're ugly 
You're hated 
But you mask it with a grin 

You hate what you feel 
So instead you feel nothing 
Your insides go numb 
Your confidence crumbling 

You look to other things 
To stop the pain 
Cutting,pills 
But it gives you no gain 

And the people around you 
Shout abuse your way 
"You're hurting yourself, stop it!" 
That's all they ever say 

No matter how you plead 
That you're broken inside 
They turn the other way 
They run, they hide 

They say you're just foolish 
It's all in your head 
What they don't know, is inside 
You're already dead.

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