I try….

I try so hard but people just don’t understand

That what’s inside of me,

is absolute chaos.


I am underwater

Gasping for air




For after the calm,

Comes the raging waves.


I am the ghost,

Screaming for help in the shadows of darkness,

Screaming till my throat is raw,

But no one hears me,

For I am the face behind the mask.


I have found that online

It is easy to be cheerful,

It’s easy to pretend you are happy, 

when all you are,

are just words on a screen.

Staring back at you.


But I am a monster,

A raging monster

Because no matter how hard I try,

No one understands,

That what’s inside of me

Is absolute chaos. 






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