Who I am

I lost my place; in time, in space. When I was Laurelin O’Brien.

I was the face of the human race. When I was Laurelin O’Brien.

I thought insane; was very vane. When I was Laurelin O’Brien.

Had no disdain; didn’t complain. When I was Laurelin O’Brien.

The Earth was so blue; a smile was true. When I was Laurelin O’Brien.

Knew what to do; who was who.  When I was Laurelin O’Brien.

One day I got sick; my skin grew thick. And I stopped tryin’.

My wounds I lick; reality started to stick. Then I stopped liein’.

Live by one rule; don’t be a fool! Every day I’m diein’.

Pain is cruel; so Carpe Diem! For I am Laurelin O’Brien.

For myself

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