Fading Away

When I opened my eyes I was wearing this mask,
it was my hand attached to my face like a mask.
No matter how many times I try,
my hand like a web covers my face.

Now everybody wonders what a stranger I am.
Also among the people who I know,
refuse to trust who am I.

Some identity lost in darkness and
a little still bathing the sunlight.
Slowly becoming unknown to the world around.
Torn by my loneliness, I am quitting this moment.

Happy nor sad, my mask does not make a face.
Rigid like a rock, my mask is a heartless face.

Dejected and in despair.
Exploring the dungeons of life,
Questioning life itself.
Who am I?
Now that I have lost my face.

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