There was an odd kind of silence in his life, a side no one had seen. Paranoia, anger, hurt and guilt -nobody knew of, except him. To the world he was known as “the guy who always had a smile on his face.”
A staple in life, a tool to stop the tears from falling -it was laughter that kept his reality hidden but behind closed doors everything switched. The laughter disappeared, smile faded and loneliness took over.
I shouldn’t laugh, the more I laugh – the more I’ll have to cry later.
You would hear him say. As though he was giving out a clue, a sign that he needed saving; but nobody heard, nobody understood and nobody came to the rescue.
That’s what happens in a fake world. Realities get hidden and a facade starts. Many knowingly and in this case, unknowingly…