Do you even know I'm here? can you see me when you hurry by? I stand and watch, in your world an observer Your hurry to shop, to eat, to drink to work, to play, to live, to die There is a world around you you don't even notice time is relative only from 9 till 5 You see so much yet feel so little bombs go off and thousands die look at those new shoes I must buy Not long ago you stopped for a minute you thought of a time decades gone by how much is relevant, any? None? How about that minute, that second, that pause The whole world changed, for the better, for worse? The winds shifted, the sun became rain A thousand pulses went off in your brain Who's grandfather is that, in that Hearse? The girl just born, a sister of yours? What does it matter, is it relevant to me? I need a fibre optic Christmas Tree My fingers touch your world for a second they wither and age, the feeling electric You pass through me, our souls collide I feel you for a second, there are thoughts inside But you cannot hear them, in your busy world they are buried, trapped, deep in your soul Step out with me, for a minute and soar watch as their lives, become a distant roar You're free to feel now, to express, to create hear your own mind, contemplate you're existence is a canvas, here go paint make of it what you will in this limitless state. But as soon as you start, you begin to awake you have to hurry, your going to be late reports to file, papers to collate a train to catch to Harrogate You could stay here forever the solution is easy But I'm not ready to leave, I hear you cry No, it seems, neither am I. By LeaveMeAlone, aka Matt.