Little Girl - Poem by Brian Griffin
what's wrong now?
Your life's full of sorrows
Your eyes filled with tears.
Your head clouded with confusion
Your heart with so much spite.
Free yourself from your sadness
I can never make you happy
Just like what your daddy says.
It doesn't really matter anymore
I've never been right
About anything in this life.
You don't know what love is
If you did, then we'd be together.
I would've died for you
Cried for you, lied for you
I loved you deeply...
But you're just a little girl lost.
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