Illusions in Paradise

Blind she stumbles through the façade

Everything perfect, now always flawed.

With open eyes, the illusion presents,

With lies and cheats it only makes sense.


A lonely heart among society,

The dark numbness of anxiety.

It controls her thoughts

And a pseudo-life society allots,

Her doomed pitiful soul laments,

And a life of happiness often she rents.


This poem is about: 
Our world


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