Arriving at work, start of the day, Breeze past co-workers, Nothing to say. Whispers echo off the knife in your back, Why are people so mean, Why do they attack. I wish they'd all just leave me alone, Or I wish that I could become invisible, With a push of my phone.
Later in the day, important work needed to be done, Completed with attention to detail, Pride and passion, was really fun. Turned it in, but sat on the desk unnoticed, untouched. It was invisible, as well as you, No one could ever remember, Seeing you. Your heart hurt, so much. All your hard work and all your accomplishments, Mean less than Zero, For you don't even exist, You're nobody's hero.
Left work, no reason to be there, Headed shopping, to buy something for you to wear. Nobody waited on you, No one could see or hear, You didn't exist, nobody cared.
Finally home, home where you can let go, Your dog doesn't notice you, Your cat doesn't meow, You're not even there, Because you do not exist, Invisible sounds fun, The devil insists.
Alone in your room, on your knees as you pray, This is all a nightmare, please God, I take it back, Make today go away.
I love who I was, How I look, How I Care, How I mattered to others, Invisible, I don't want or don't dare.
Then, you pass your mirror, in the bathroom above sink, And look at the beautiful woman staring back at you, You stare unbelieving, you don't dare blink.
It's you all this time, Never been anyone else, You're beautiful in person, You acknowledge to yourself.
You smile at the reflection, You wipe away your tears, Your cat meows after you, and purrs, Your dog barks, and licks your ears.