I walk through this crowded hallway
Brushing against beautiful girls and
The broad desirable males that lust
After the stereotypical sluts in leggings
That are a size too small. They know
So they starve themselves to stay thin
And put their daily smiles on but even
The most fortunate of the high schools
Celebrities could never be content.
They drown themselves in alcohol
And homework to forget the pain
That resides in their unknown hearts.
They think that no one understands,
That they're the unfortunate ones
With their drama and average struggles
Of everyday life. How could they see
Me walking here without anyone
To speak and share my laughter
And pain with? I walked by unnoticed.