Loup solitaire

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I look up when they look ahead, I question when they just accept, I walk alone and they throw stones, they call me a hater because I see things differently, they’re not even aware theyre the ones hating when they rain on my parade, hasn’t it always been the way that if you stand outΒ from the crowd, you are judged, if not condemned? Popular and majority are not synonyms of quality, my opinions are not invalid just because they’re not shared by the many. It’s kinda lucky I don’t really give a shit what they think, for the lone wolves always find each other and pass that vodka bottle around, wanting nothing but profound, and meaning, and feelings, while the sheep never dream in their never-ending sleep.

I can’t deny
it’s hard
at times
but I’d rather
weep
bleed
than be empty
I’d rather be
Me

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46 thoughts on “Loup solitaire

    1. I don’t have any merit staying true to myself, I wouldn’t know how to be any other way, I hate fake and I can’t “do” fake. I LOVE the idea of a purple sheep though! πŸ˜‰
      Thank you Paully πŸ™‚

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  1. I agree. I feel like that sometimes. Actually, all my life I’ve always felt like I didn’t belong to a crowd. But I think fuck that….I hate the commodity of the norm. Plastic sheep’s, programmed robots.

    I rather be me and me alone. I have real friend who accept me as I am and they accept me for me and I accept me for me.

    I love your poem and your message. I can relate a lot. πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks Charlie! I’m the same, I have some great friends who love me and have my back no matter what, that’s all that matters πŸ™‚ As I said in this, lone wolves always find each other…and fuck the sheep πŸ˜‰

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  2. Nice. Yes I’d rather deal with the difficulties as well than to deal with the headache assigned by conformity. It’s a tough job but at least I know there’s someone out here sharing that struggle with me. Cool post.

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  3. I’ll have a swig of vodka if there’s any left. The majority tend to be into mindless plastic crap, it is the minority that offer fascinating insights and art, any more vodka left?

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