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Maddy Jones

Rookie (March 2nd,1988 / Kennewick, Wa)

Into Her Room


I have a secret,
A secret that I've kept,
A secret so deep,
That I have wept,
A secret so bad,
No one will understand,
What had happened,
When I went into her room,
No one will understand,
I am fused just in case I blow out,
I am glued,
Just in case I crack up,
If I told the truth,
No one would understand,
If I told what went on all those years,
In that room, building my fears,
No one would understand,
If I said what she did,
No one would believe me,
I was just a kid,
No one would understand,
It happened for three years,
Maybe even four,
No one would understand,
They wouldn't believe me,
If I told them her name,
Or what she did especially,
No one would understand,
That her last name was Pritchard,
And her first name was Holly.

Submitted: Thursday, January 26, 2006
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