My enemy, you are old, upon this wall you sit alone.
I see you, and you see me.
How long have you been here? Destroying dreams and, killing our hearts.
Tell me, let me see, your ages and your victims.
I will never give up, I will never give in.
I know we fight, I know we try to fool others
Sometimes they see you, and believe in what you tell them.
You make them sad, and then, they hate me! Not you.
It's not fair, I wish you would care.
I don't like to be alone.
They all will leave, in the end.
Some because of others, for love, for hate
And I find you quite lucky,
I would also love to leave myself, for some years, day's even minutes
I find it hard to think, and live, happy.
I can never wake up and start a good day, just because of you.
When I look at you I look at myself, but I feel worse.
I take the sorrow, you take nothing.
You just Stand there, sit there or lay there.
Just like me.
Your eyes are teary too, why?
Do you cry, because you feel trapped inside my ugly body?
Or are you laughing at my sorrow and pain?
I have been trying to kill you, stop you.
Like you are a mirror, I try to make you break.
They told me that mirrors was fragile, but you?
You are no mirror, but a demon in disguise.
One of the oldest ones.
Listening to: Melodic sad piano
Reading: Call of the Cthulhu