Treasure Island

Raul Luna

(7/28/91 / California)

Teenage Bride

She's only fifteen, but the whole world is coming over her
In her womb something is expanding
The one responsible has left her alone
She has no one to take care of her

There's a soul that became pregnant
She suffered the betrayal of his dreams
She's looking were to hide her mortal wound
She's waiting for him, to see him bleed to death

She doesn't tell anyone
She cries in her room all alone
If at home they discover her
They will beat her, kill her

At home there was never education
The day she left her innocence in a box
She wanted something new in her life

If she had never denied me
She would have not gone through this

One day she will leave
One day she will leave forever
They will be asking in town one day
Whatever happened to the future teenage bride

Submitted: Friday, October 27, 2006
Edited: Saturday, October 30, 2010

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