Introversion 1.0

Hiding away all his pain,
Emotions and feelings,
Seeking solitude
And tranquility’s blessings.

A web so intense and vast,
His thoughts nourish
In the eternal crevasse.
He isn’t shy, gay or dull,
Just different and perhaps
Better than y’all.

He can be a friend,
You may never meet.
He can be a partner,
So damn sweet!
He just won’t pull out a chair,
Nor offer you a seat.
But all that’s fair,
He isn’t about that creed.

This world is familiar to him,
Yet so strange.
His mind is his home,
And that’ll never change.

Never take for granted,
Don’t him you ever hurt,
Little does the world understand
The dilemma of an introvert.


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