Michael McParland (7-19-1983 / Dayton, Ohio)
I wander through this land oblique.
Invisible to all I seek.
I've grown weak and weary,
from the troubles of this never ending query.
I've faded from your point of view.
No longer needed cast in blue.
Invisible now without an audible cry.
For my figure does not reach your eyes.
So strange how I've become invisible.
Memories of the past erased by this crucible.
Our love and existence hung out to dry.
With commencing lies of the love we hide.
It's all so blank this crying plea.
Invisible drowning in this dying sea.
No longer here,
no longer there.
I'm invisible now with deep despair.
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