Top Notch Glamorous Thick Chick


Who Would Cry...?


Who would cry for the little girl,
When she tries to fall asleep?

Who would cry for the little girl,
When she always weeps?

Who would cry for the little girl,
When she doesn’t know if she is in need?

Who would cry for the little girl,
When her heart intends to bleed?

Who would cry for the little girl,
When she felt like she is dying?

Who would cry for the little girl,
Who can’t stop herself from crying?

Who would cry for the little girl,
Who knew well guilt and shame?

Who would cry for the little girl,
Who tries and tries and tries again?

Who would cry for the little girl,
Who does know what is in her to be?

Who would cry for the little girl,
Who would cry for me? ? ?

Submitted: Monday, April 28, 2008

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Comments about this poem (Who Would Cry...? by Top Notch Glamorous Thick Chick )

  • Rookie ~ Jon London ~ (4/28/2008 6:00:00 PM)

    You truly have a way of spilling your heart, this poem shows that..

    nice job,

    all the best

    J.L (Report) Reply

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