Kay Tee


A Simple Girl


It was hopeless to begin with
There was nothing left to do.
A simple story of a girl
That would never tell the truth.
She hid behind her smile;
The truth beneath her eyes,
Stare into them long enough
Uncover her lies.
A scream to set her free,
A cry let her go
A miserable relief
That she would never show.
Her heart calls out for help
Yet no one hears it speaking
We're living in a world
Where life could be decieving.
He see's her from above
Only He could know the truth
The corruptions and the evils
The new creations of our youth
She looks into the future
She looks into the dark
Tries to look for something better
But then it falls apart.

Submitted: Friday, August 23, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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