precious arroyo

Quiet Girl (Rewrite)

She is quiet at times
She rarely speak her mind
She feels like a loner
When she sits in her corner
She yearns for a friend
A friend to the end
Outside the rain
Contrast her emotional pain
Out the window she stares
Wishing someone would care
She is falling into a darkening pit
And she can't stand it
Tears well up in her eyes as she cries
She look up to the sky wondering why
Her train of thought made a twist
She ponders and looks at her wrist
Then to the knife that seems to gleam
Slowly she release a crimson stream
The blood drips down her hand
Her legs wobble she could no longer stand
Her wrist continues to bleed
As darkness was the last thing she sees

Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Poem Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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