The world tells you to be happy that you should be happy you've said all the right jokes made people smile made them laugh played the role well you have good friends and even a good family and they all say they love you and usually that's enough
But in the end the lights will be turned off the part over and the crowd gone then you find yourself taking that long road back to where you don't want to be back to being alone
When you get there you'll find that joy was merely in the moment that happiness was not yours you never owned it and if you lean on it trust it to get you through you'll fall farther than before farther than you knew possible because all those people can say they love you but it doesn't mean you do
Just something that kind of fell out of me the other day during my drive home. I hope you enjoy and can relate.
Pretending--Preventing A peek behind the curtain: I've tightened the rope I've split up the track And hold steadfast the ends (no slack) Spinning above, mid-air like some antisocial acrobat I've learned the words I've carved the face To only read smile While the rest seem to float All show No rope, though that could be an act--as well--
Not pretending that your feelings are not what they are. Do you love? Do you love strangers? Do you love invisible spirits? What lie shall we believe As great as the evil in your heart you could never love me.
And if you choose not to decide you still have made a choice!
There’s no such thing as wrong feelings Be not terrified of your reality