I used to be a happy kid back then,
But now, can’t seemed to remember when.
The changes that set inside me,
Killing away all of the glee.
Lively as I was ever be,
I was running wild and free.
Family and friends surrounded,
Being joyful was all that mattered.
Faking smiles which won me an Emmy,
No one notices the performance was empty.
Convincing enough for all the others,
Sadly; it even fooled my mother.
Too long I suffered in the Hell-Fire,
Leading to the consequences undesired.
Trying to be what I was before,
It is much harder that I swore.