She always seem so happy
a smile on her face,
loudness in her laugh
but under her sleeves, there's
cuts are hidden under those sleeves,
each cut represents a different type
cut number one, represents feeling
cut number two, represents feeling
the final cut, represents a sense of
but ehat she don't know,
is that she was wrong.
she's more than wanted.
she's more than loved.
most people in life wouldn't make
it without her.
beauty? she has it.
intelligince? she has it.
humor? she has that too.
she just doesn't realize how special
and important she is.
and each of those cuts,
were wrongful ones.
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