Spartanburg, South Carolina
This is more your speed. I like your bitter little poems. Heh.
I like the rhythm in this one, and I liked the play on words you have, especially the last three lines where you use the word "alone" insted of "along". That's really cool. I do have a few nitpicky things.
Stanza 1 you have "I tore away from her, / Rose colored lies..." In this context, "Rose colored lines" is a dependant clause with no direct object. It's just sitting in the middle of the line with no connection to the rest of the sentance. That comma is killing you and needs to be dropped, because the "rose colored lies" (if I'm reading the sentance right) IS the direct object of the previous phrase: "I tore away from her". What you "tore away" was the "lies".
You also need a period in the middle of the 2nd line of stanza four. "I知 not crying. I知 disabled". You also need a comma in the middle of line 3, "But don't get me wrong, I'm quite able."
Stanza 6 has some great repetition in it. The repeating of "I know" and the word "alone" are great methods for showing the mindset of the speaker.
All and all it's a good piece. You just need to be more careful in your editing process.
I believe the most important component of a poem is rhythm. Rhythm is the heartbeat of a poem. It is what makes poetry poetry.