Muddled Girl - Poem by Starrbox Munoz
She's finally getting the hint and admitting her remorse
Her web of lies have come tumbling down
Looking back she quietly reminiscences
She's finally become conscious of how much damage she's done
Poor thing she whispers to the wind as she stops to consider
if it's best to keep her cruel lies a secrete from him
Will it finally be the last thing to break him and send him over the edge?
Or will it just be another piece to add on the list of things she's fucked up on
She's still struggling with what to do, what to say, what to think....
This isn't a cup of tea...how she wishes this would already be over with
The fear within is making her distressed
She doesn't know how things will turn out
She's approaching him ready to face her fears and speak the truth
She's going to be honest and tell him all the secretes she's kept
Suddenly she has an epiphany and surrenders to her guilt and simply derelicts
'What a coward I am! , ' she screams at the top of her lungs
Bursting in to uncontrollable tears she sobs and walks alone along the road back home
She's such a disgrace she didn't even have the backbone to finally talk
She's her own worst enemy she's nothing more than a muddled mess
It pains me to think this young girl I used to know was once such a sweet tender girl and now she's this one dimensional whore....I only pray for her soul.
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