sammie annamaria merlo rodriguos

ugly duckling

he said he loved me,
that i was his baby girl.
he said we would be together,
for better or worst.

then out of no where,
he hits the point

he abuses me,
like im a broken toy.
he uses me,
like i was jusdt a show

i feel like that ugly duckling...
lost and alone

i feel like that ugly duckling...
with no home and no one to love me

i know im that ugly duckling
because i have been lost and alone,
but i have found that family i belong to...

i belong at home with my brothers and parents...

Submitted: Sunday, October 28, 2012

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  • Anita Sehgal (10/28/2012 10:04:00 AM)

    well depicted the pain and belongingness and unconditional love of the family one is born into .. (Report) Reply

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