I just want to be enough…

Kellu ❤

My Mildly Mortifying Musings

As an answer to every question you ask,
I simply put on a new mask.
I don’t want to bluff,
I just want to be enough.

Clashing against time, breaking all norms,
I have become an artist who never performs.
I don’t want my existence in handcuffs,
I just want to be enough.

Hugs and kisses and pats on the back,
Genuineness is something they all lack.
Keep me away from all this fluff,
I just want to be enough.

Things thrown at me were taken in stride,
But with every hit, a part in me died.
I can no longer act this tough,
I don’t think I will ever be enough.

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