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Waltz For Zizi

Rookie - 507 Points (7 march 1988)

Titanium Girl

I see your name
but I can't see your pain
and sometimes I want
you could give me all that

I see your grace
but I can't see your face
although my eyes
are completly shut

I see your smile
but I can't see your eyes
and god how i'd wish
I could stare in your eyes

I see your tear
but I can't see your fear
you may be somewhat
as strong as your pain

I see your chain
but I can't see your blame
and the ones you were hurt by
only deserve to die

I can see your skin
but I can't touch your skin
and my mind is confused
about how it would feel

I can see your heart
but I'm unable to reach
because you're so far
far far away from here

I wish you'd be strong
strong like a titanium girl
so nothing that lives
could give you a scratch.

Submitted: Thursday, September 20, 2012
Edited: Friday, September 21, 2012

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~Dedicated to Audrey Marie Kay~
I foun your sadness in my heart too.

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