Introvert, introspective mind,
Dearth of attention, did all he find,
Craved love that was battered at home,
To share stories on phone.
Introvert sitting at the class corner.
Hearts colder, face warmer,
Viewing situations from every angle,
Waiting to conjoin life’s triangle.
Days fly, months pass,
Teased around, reduced to a farce.
Kids come, kids go,
Introvert at the corner, high on being low.
New child enters school,
Huffed breaths, rapid beats, inconsistent drools,
Armour for the distress,
Or someone else to make him feel stress?
Armour it is, for lifetime it seems,
Shared over notes and beyblade screams,
Stories were shared on phone, but
Armour changed school, was gone.
Introvert child sitting in the corner,
Summer gone, winter nearer.
People came, friends became,
Went to a new school to stake claim.
Loved each, refreshed and renew,
Hoping to receive similar sinew.
Always disappointed with the response,
Stay strong, stay strong!
Fast forward, the loop continued,
High school, college, same gloom loomed.
Risen expectations and butchered hearts,
Vacant soul and a thousand darts.
Present state, similar situation,
Little expectations, feelings diminution,
Heart pricks, thickened walls,
Apathy looms, soft falls.
Introvert child is ambivert adult,
Smile, confidence is his cult.
Found his sinew and mirth,
In few people, totally worth.
Worthy of tears, worthy of smiles,
Still distressed of inches not turned to miles,
Suffered from unequal friendships,
But guilty of one sided friendships?