I walk by the road,
I try to say “ hi”
But it seems
As if I do not exist.
I can talk to you
But you won’t care.
I can tell you what’s best,
But you won’t change your mind.
I can show you what I love,
But still to the opposite side we go.
I can say “ no”
But you’ll do it
Just as if I said “ yes”.
I am so invisible,
That you don’t even notice
What I shall or can do.
And I won’t give up,
Though at least if I’m invisible
I can grab your things
And give them to the poor.
I can wait until it’s midnight
Grab your kayak
And simply experience my world.
I can use all your hatred
And transform it into good,
Though you will never notice.
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