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crystal shover


Broken Angel


I see a broken angel,
lost and alone,
a sad little girl,
with no where to go,

i try to fix her wings,
but she can not fly,
her hallows rusted,
she broken inside,

she never smiles,
and never laughs,
sheds so many tears,
wishing to go back,

back to when she was loved,
always stayed strong,
didn't know sorrow,
and sang a happy song,

it ended in a flash,
she was so young,
he took her innocence,
and left her so wrong,

no one to trust,
no one really cares,
they say they do,
but there never here,

so alone she sits,
stuck in misery,
a broken angel,
with broken dreams.

Submitted: Monday, July 24, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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