Lexi Smith

Rookie (6/21/1995 / Aberdeen)

Broken People


more scribblings sorry...
^^for all the broken people
imagine all the tears
as their lives crashed down around them
their hopes becoming fears

though they need not be alone
they need not cry themselves to sleep
their hearts are too far shattered
for them the darkness only creeps

they have cried a river
all upon their own
they cannot help but await the day
that their hearts will turn to stone

Submitted: Thursday, January 15, 2009
Edited: Friday, February 27, 2009

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