Poetry: Hidden Pain
Searing, blaring in my brain
Harder, faster like the rain
Wake up to the power, of it's roar
No more days of peace, you can't afford
Every single day, Every single night
Pressure builds, taking your sight
No one sees, the struggle with in
No longer serene, in your own skin
No end in sight, no light to follow
Words of condolences, sound so hollow
You don't know, you don't feel
You think it's a game, cause to you it's not real
How can you agree, to anything said
You don't wake in the night, seeing only red
Anger wells up, with each passing day
No desire to talk, nothing to say
Easier to deal, when you don't have to hide
What no one else, sees inside
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