Grace Hays

(October 12,1979 / Wichita, KS)

4ever Broken


Wanting....needing
something that can never be
Knowing deep down
you are gone
Just a fling for you
Another broken heart
and used body

When will you see
how you make me feel
Will you ever truly
see the real me
Or am I just
another fling of the past

4ever broken
in two
Always trying to survive

What can a girl do
to make an honest living in this world
How do I live
this life without you

A slammed door
glasses breaking on the floor
Where did it all go wrong
Why am I
4ever broken

Submitted: Sunday, June 18, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 07, 2010

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  • Brian Dorn (7/28/2006 4:49:00 PM)

    Grace, I like the visual and metaphorical effect of the broken glass at the end adding to a powerful and well written piece!
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