kesi miwa


The Broken Girl


The light is fading faster
as her life begins
to go

the darkness comes
as her life slowly
slips away

her demons have risen
they've taken control

she's not the girl
she used to be

The girl with the
smile, the
girl with the
laugh

That girl is gone
she has died off
she left this day

the day of an honest
mistake
a mistake she will
have to die for

for her grandma will
soon know

they don't see it
for they don't know
the wrath of her grandma

they think the grandma's
sweet
they say she's not that way

She says her grandma will
take
everything she holds dear

they say they don't believe it
they say that its not true

little do they know
her grandma is of a nature
where she will take all
from the girl

all because of one
mistake
the girl will loose it all

the girl you knew will
be long gone
for she must say good-bye

all to soon you will
meat the girl she
really is

for all to soon her masks
shall drop
all to soon she will
reveal all

the masks shall drop
and many will see
just how broken that girl
really is

to soon they will see
that girl is
me

(written 9/29/10)

Submitted: Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, September 29, 2010

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