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Tanya Sanes Poems
Was Once A Girl
There was once a girl A girl with the sweetest of smiles A girl with a crown of pitch black ringlets She woke everyday only to be torn down
Didn't See You Coming
i didn't see you coming how could i have known
And if I cut my wrist would I bleed all of which you put into me? If I laid down and died would the tears that caused cease to be?
She cries and to watch her do so is….beautiful.
Allow It So
Why do you do it? How could you allow it so? Embraces, and words
Because You Asked Me To
Watch in silence, stunned silence As I build a box, a wooden box, exact to size
Comment Or Jest
Why is it that when our eyes meet so much is said, but a word is never spoken? And every time we exchange
Stumble Every Time
Oh, I try so hard to walk a straight line but intoxicated by neglect I stumble every time
I'm spilling with emotion, with thoughts with feelings, with words There's just one catch though see, I have no heart, so how can this be?
Comments about Tanya Sanes
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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Was Once A Girl
There was once a girl
A girl with the sweetest of smiles
A girl with a crown of pitch black ringlets
She woke everyday only to be torn down
Her days were filled with tears until dreams came again.
A girl with the most beautiful of dreams.
A girl with the purest of all hopes.
She told everyone of said dreams
Her words forever managed to fall on the deafest of ears.
A girl with a fading smile she began to become
A girl with songs of despairs and tunes of melancholy.
She started to wither, she started to die.
Her hopelessness went unnoticed, her fading light ...