Wallflower



Unnoticed
Typical attached to nothing existing as is Sad nothing created abyss, Sad feels like home, nothing to my benefit I sit as do the paint, wither fully curled, chipped from the neglected years the various trimmings, the various decorations, nothing but an unnoticed blur,
Rival to many but seen by none, maybe it was meant to be, Ouranos watching in silence .

Clouds depicting every emotion unnoticed until downpour.
Tragic, the life of an unnoticed simpleton. A mere mortal face molded in Gaia, Nothing of recognition, acknowledgement, even admonishment. Nothing, yet sadness.
Trapped in the four walls of mind over matter, trapped in being one of the many dull colorless orchids in the vast expanse of wallpaper, Another sad story never to be told Fixed in time as an extra

The lifeless wallflower.
~Sunny

About this poem

I wrote this poem because I felt as if I related to a wallflower in that moment as well as it was a reoccuring thought of the perspective of the socially inactive

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Written on September 28, 2022

Submitted by toniqueharrison123 on October 19, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme XAX XXX AX
Characters 821
Words 143
Stanzas 3
Stanza Lengths 3, 3, 2

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