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I’m invisible to most people.
Is it because of my mask?
It doesn’t matter because they never notice me until the end.
And if they do then they freak out.
It’s natural for this to happen to a watcher.
But that doesn’t stop us from crying.
Only a handful sees us.
Our greatest fear is to lose them to the watched.
It has happened before.
And will continue to happen.
It doesn’t stop the locks that appear on our hearts.
Sadness, anger, loneliness, fear, and betrayal.
Those feelings and actions let us be captured by the shadows.
The more time passes, the more locks that appear on our hearts.
We disappear as if we don’t exist.
Nobody notices nobody cares.
They just continue on with their lives.
Why must we be the one’s to suffer the most?
Are we the outcasts of the world?
For what purpose were we chosen to serve this position?
Why can’t we live in bliss with others?
What did we do wrong?
If there is god, is this what you want?
Why have you placed this horrible curse on us?
I don’t understand.