As I drowned in his hushed lies,
I started developing jaded reflections.
All I saw in his lethal eyes,
Was my impure soul, my imperfections.
And then I drowned,
In this oblique reality.
Enclosed by the walls, where I was bound,
With no indulgence, no specialty.
All I had wished for was a vivacious life,
But all I ever got was ludicrous taunts, continuous cries.
I am now so fragile, now in pain,
Just like a snowy fluff.
But here I am, all in vain,
Burdened by chains and cuff.