SkyeZia Barletta

Rookie (23 of August 1997 / Cape Town South Africa)

Little Girl's Labyrinth - Poem by SkyeZia Barletta

Maybe this is for me.
The good karma that daddy
Didn't leave.
I don't have any sense of direction
I don't know the different kinds
Of affection.
They walk into my life
With only one intention
To love me in the ways
Daddy forgot to mention.
I'd say its God's good karma
Considering without with him
My life would radiate drama
Maybe they're the ones
Who keep me believing
Since I don't plan on seeing
She's taking shots
A little more than often
Somehow, I've been forgotten
I didn't have the time to grow up
It all happened so quickly but
Now I'm stuck.
Between a world of wonder
A world of my own
A world where I am the master
Of my own throne.
But there's an evil that arouses
Crashing my walls down
Stains all over
My faded blue gown
My body left in scars
My world left in ruins
The ruler of the evil
Definitely a shoe-in
I'll be strong enough, maybe
One day.
I just can't stay.
In one place for too long
I have to keep moving
For a new place
To fit my suiting.
Everyday, alone forever
That's what it is
Alone for all time
Alone forever.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 18, 2013



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