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Amanda Wilson

Rookie (Calfornia)

my hearts is safe


walls to protect me. walls to keep me safe. no one gets in and nothing get out. I was hurt before. they broke my walls down and got in and hurt me. My hearts is protect and no one is getting to it not even me. walls to protect me. walls to keep me safe. Also walls that will kill me in time. and no one can save me not even me.

Submitted: Sunday, November 23, 2008

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  • Rookie Lorenzo Cruz (11/23/2008 6:57:00 PM)

    whooo well young lady, its natural to put up those guards.. but one day someone will speak words and show deeds to prove that it's worth another try.. its tough but love asks that price keep on writing I would like to understand more of your words (Report) Reply

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