Ruth warren

Rookie (5/4/1973 / LONDON)

Just A Girl Poem by Ruth warren

I'm just a girl, a hopeless case.
Living in the world a familier place.

I'm just a girl, with tears in her eyes.
Swimming in a pool of cold hearted lies.

I'm just a girl, always second best.
With sleepless nights and no time to rest

I'm just a girl, with scars all around.
Always screaming with out a sound

I'm juts a girl, giving up on life.
Running from my problems headed for the knife

I'm just a girl, who's messed up in the head.
With hope and wishes and prayers to be dead

I'm just a girl, with nothing to live for.
Who shut out the world and fell to the floor.

I'm just a girl, living in fear
In the dark lonely place, flooded with tears.

I'm just a girl, behind closed doors,
soon to be gone and live no more.

Submitted: Friday, March 10, 2006
Edited: Saturday, April 01, 2006

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