I walk silently among you ...
Invisible to the reality
Of your existence.
Jaded by the trials of life,
I have chosen to drift in another dimension,
Separated from the brutality of your plain.
Gazing back through the barrier,
I view the torture and torment built
By humanity ...
The common practices lived harshly
While viewed as normality.
Protectively, I guard this barricade
From forces that threaten to devour
The very essence of my being ...
The basis of my soul.
Sheltered by these walls,
Behind the veil of my timid existence,
I watch patiently from a'far ...
Living this one-sided actuality,
I pray for the betterment of man;
I dream of the peace and contentment
That all should strive willingly for,
But alas ...
Your reality grows stronger.
The fine line between worlds
Begins to form a tear ...
A fissure in the delicate fabric I have contrived.
Propelled by each act of savagery,
Your evil gains strength ...
I tremble at the brink of sanity,
As the howling rage of wretched souls
Reverberates through this fragile wall,
Shredding the last vestiges of separation.
I shrink back against the harsh, unyielding wind
As it lays waste the final division,
To reveal a gaping, ominous chasm.
I try to flee, but it is oblivious to my cries;
It suctions back my meager life force,
Drawing me screaming and helpless
Through this foreboding portal.
Spiraling and ravaged,
I am dragged against my will
Through the tattered and frayed edges
That once, unequivocally, divided two universes.
Oh please ...
Release me ...
I do not want your world!