trapped. Doesn't everybody feel that in their lives at some point of a time? irony. Everyone is living a facade everyday. Everybody looks all so gay and happy on the outside, but on the inside are they really all that happy? Can anyone be truely happy for their whole lives? Even those that we say are very fortunate and blessed, like those rich families out there; are they really happy and contented with all their riches? Even if they're rich, do they feel the love and warmth that every family is supposed to have? Even with all the riches in the world, can they buy love and happiness? Those that are not so well off, they envy the higher class people, they yearn to be like them, they must try so hard to make ends meet everyday and they too are unhappy. The richer people want to be like the poorer people where although they ae poor they are happy(only true for some) but the poorer people dream of being in the higher class world. irony, irony, irony.
Every family is a facade, everyone is a facade. They all hide their unhappy feelings or embarassing matters, what they think is disgraceful inside and only show people their happy side and act so nonchalant infront of people just because of their 'face'. But is face that important? Is it more important than wat they feel? more important than true happiness? more important than love?
Everyone is their own enemy, the inner devil of everyone is always there. Everyone is putting on a facade. Till when can we see each other for who we really are? Irony.
`I just want to BREAKAWAY.