Happy Ending - Poem by Concetta Neville
Darkness never seemed so bright. You’ve brought with you the sun.
How can you not know your worth, and all the things you’ve done?
How could they not ever see the goodness in your soul?
Why am I the only one who sees a heart of gold?
How the public views your looks, it should be called a crime.
How come no one ever sees the beauty that’s inside?
Worry not of all the scars that lie upon your flesh.
Worry of the scars inside where no one else can tread.
Surely those are so much worse, the scars upon your heart.
Never fear my fallen one, I’ll never be so harsh.
I’ll give you all they never have. My kindness, trust, and faith.
I’ll never ever put you down, or show an ounce of hate.
All the scars upon your skin, received from saving life’s.
Never any thank you. just a sick look in there eye’s.
Never have you shed a tear. My warrior, so strong.
I’ll never be the fools they are. I’ll never treat you wrong.
Happy endings do exist, I’ll prove to you it’s true.
I’ll love you till the end of time, no matter what you do.
I wont say I’m the beauty, and I wont say you’re the beast.
We play out like the story though. And soon we’ll find our peace.
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