You wear it like a badge,
Like it is something to be proud of,
You can not speak without mentioning it,
You act like it is no big thing,
You flaunt it and make sure everyone knows,
You never care what others think about it.
It’s all an act to you,
It’s just a game of pretend to you.
But can you not see how it hurts me,
To see you out there and proud and loud?
You pretend to be so happy and don’t care if it tarnishes me.
You do not see:
That I wear it like a cross, another burden.
It’s becoming too heavy to carry this cross,
I am ready to lie down and die,
Rather than continue to live this lie.
I can not go on pretending to be someone I am not,
It is a part of me and it is a good part,
And I will not hide anymore behind others,
But I will not parade it either.
I will just be who I am without flaunting it like you,
And if you leave because of this,
I will survive you no matter what.
Causes Anthony Sitran Supports
Lou Gehrig's Disease
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