Caught In the Middle

by A.B. Wilson Jr.

Constricted by the World me.

I hide in my lonely place.

I shelter myself from the world.

I am bitter and upset.

I have been shunned by society.

I am unigue and my physical appearence is out of the ordinary.

I am not accepted by the public.

People are terrified when they see me.

Other people avoid me.

I have no friends.

I talk to myself.

Everybody looks at me funny.

The world has put in a place I call the hidden class.

Away from the rest of the world.

I just sit in a lonely place.

I am very lonely.

I cry for love, but nobody hears.

I manage to deal with my isolation and silence.

The loneliness is frightening at times.

I wish there was somebody with me.

I don't fit in because I am considered unique.

I have love in my heart.

I pray to Lord to be able to share my love,

I know I was put here to share the joys of living with others.

I am as human as the next person.

I am different.

I scare and worry the rest society.

I am a freak.

I am a victim of an unfair hatred.

It is unfortunate there is so much stupidity in this world.

I am a human and I deserve my place in the world.

All I want is to feel I belong some place.

Caught In the Middle by A.B. Wilson Jr

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