I belong to the ‘lone’ race.
I belong nowhere, anywhere and everywhere.
Belonging is a primal human motivation
It is a great triumph of human existence
Placed above survival and safety
So now you understand the excruciating pain
The high price one pay
For solitary, for loneliness, for not belonging.
I belong nowhere,
and it is oppressive and painful.
I don’t conform to society,
Nor get dictated by conventions
It is so hard that
If you belong somewhere, you
wouldn’t understand it
But I have no other choice as
I am not willing to give up on any
Of the thousand souls within me.
The jigsaw puzzle that makes the whole greater than the sum of its parts.
I am a lone wolf, and you cannot put a price on that.