A Poem By Ms.Invisible, who wrote the poem while pretending to be not visible to any one. Her argument is that makes her an invisible and anonymous poetess. 

If I were invisible, I would eat pancakes and donuts for breakfast everyday. 
If I were invisible, I would wear mix-match socks and crazy hair to school everyday. 
If I were invisible, I would jump in the puddle before school everyday. 

If I were invisible,I would have no more chores to do. 
If I were invisible, there would be no beds to be made and clean up to do. 
If I were invisible, there would be no stinky clothes or socks in the laundry too. 

If I were invisible, I would tickle everyone and watch them giggle. 
If I were invisible, I would turn on the radio in the school and make everyone wiggle. 
If I were invisible, I would then ask the teachers to join and jiggle. 

If I were invisible, I would sit in a corner and watch others on the playground. 
If I were invisible, I would not have to play or run around. 
If I were invisible, I would just read a book, sing a song or wander around. 

If I were invisible, no one would ask why I was quiet and spoke so less. 
If I were invisible, no one would know who played the guitar during the recess. 
If I were invisible, no one would notice when I doodled on their dress. 

If I were invisible, I would not feel my stomach churning when the teacher asked a question. 
If I were invisible, I would not have to raise my hand and speak up in the class. 
If I were invisible, I would not feel my throat getting dry or my voice cracking up. 

If I were invisible, I would sneak into a dinner party at home and grab all the goodies.  
If I were invisible, I would take it back to my room quietly hiding things in my hoodies. 
If I were invisible, I would come back for more but never have to talk to anyone anymore. 

Being invisible is a lot of fun but that is true only for a short run. 

No one wants to be invisible forever. No one wants to be unnoticed forever. 


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