Victoria Sypniewski


Just A Girl - Poem by Victoria Sypniewski

Crumpled up papers
Thrown across the bed
All love letters from you
Quietly she wipes her eyes
Mascara running down her cheeks
Silently she fell apart
Your words kill her
Sweet meaningless nothings
Your voice is like murder
It's tearing her to pieces
Not that her life matters to you
Eyes stinging red
Heart completely shattered
Dripping black ink
Shes just a girl
Who'd rather see death than love you

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 4, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, December 5, 2005


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