I'll never be your HeroAll the superhero tales with powers uknown to mankindlittle children running round with towels around their throatsWith hopes to be a savior clanging around in their small mindsSpringing onto overturned buckets or couches to gloat."I'm Superman! I'm the Flash! Wondertwin Powers activate!"I close my eyes to drown out the sound of idiodic tendencies.While the tv drones on and on, telling our children who to hate,I rub my head and tell myself I should be free of dependencies.But while you wish for superspeed, or laser eyes, or cannon beams,I'm the one who you don't see, already granted invisibility.Because no one ever notices, and no one seems to careAnd no one would dare to dream that I was even there.So grab your cloak and your stupid fantasies, and run screaming downthe hall.Don't you turn to look at me, because I wasn't there at all.And if you happen to acknowledge me, by god, the world will end.Because it's never happened before, and it won't ever happen again.