Vanessa Svaleson

Rookie (Jan.19,1991 / Denver, CO)

Little Girls Little Heart - Poem by Vanessa Svaleson

Once upon a time Love was my wish
And little faiences of living happily ever after
With all the joy in the world with me
As I grew old with the one I Loved
The all this drifted away when he said
“I hate you and want nothing to do with you”
My heart just stopped and dropped in to a million pieces
And in my broken heart’s pieces I felt knifes just go though each one all the way
Oh, the pain is unbearable I can’t stand it
And with the slit of the wrist the pain drips away

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 2, 2008

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