Magic What'sHerName

Rookie (July 10,1993 / NoStalkersPlease)

Murder


Murder
Turned her
Into the monster she is
Her family was murdered
She went from pink to black
In a matter of minutes
Never left her room
She's too scared to come out
She sits in her room and pouts
Dreaming of the good old days
When everything was okay
When her daddy yelled at her
When her mommy screamed at her
She loved them
And she hopes they miss her
Just as much as she misses them.

Murder
Turned her
Into the freak she is
She doesn't deserve this
She deserves happiness
But instead she has madness
And I think she's going insane
I'd do the same
If I were her
But I hope there is a cure
Because she's too pure
To be left alone
But she's too far gone
Soon she'll be done
But I wished she gave life a chance
Never had her first dance
Never left her room.

Until this afternoon
That's when she was found dead
Murder
Changed her
Into thinking it was okay
To not live today
She never had a reason.

It was winter in the season
She layed down in the snow
And there was a big blow
Left her covered with snow
It hid the red well
But I hope she doesn't go to hell
Because she doesn't deserve this.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 07, 2009
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