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Everyday Superhero
By Stinky Pete

 



        
        
        
        
        
Everyday Superhero

When your life turns upside down,
When your troubles overtake,
When everything you know is different,
And your demons all awake.

Is there someone in the sidelines,
Who's waiting for your call?
Your everyday superhero,
Who'll never let you fall.

They're there to share the good times,
When everything is right.
And if anything attempts to trouble you,
They're there to fight your fight.

And when wind picks up they're ready,
They'll never let you down.
It's good to have the feeling,
That there's always someone around.

And when life becomes your enemy,
And everyone else does too,
And when nothing else seems worth it,
And all you want to do,

Is end this pain and sadness,
With one sharp twist of the blade,
Your hero's always ready,
To clear the mess you've made.

But what happens when all you rely on,
Is suddenly no longer there?
When the only one you could ever talk to,
No longer seems to care.

Should you have seen this coming,
And prepared yourself in time?
Or did they just simply loose themselves,
And wander off the line?

Have you lost them to someone less troubled,
Or maybe to yourself.
Perhaps they think you're fine now,
You no longer need their help.

But for once they cannot see,
What's going on inside,
Where beneath your surfaced smile,
You feel like a part of you's died.

As you stand back and watch them walk away,
See the best friend that you'd ever know,
You think inside your lonely mind,
"There goes my Everyday Superhero."








 

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