She Never Knew - Poem by Matrias Fierno
She was the girl that nobody could see,
Soft-spoken and soft, a beauty was she,
She was the angel that nobody would get,
And never did she try to catch anyone in her net.
She never knew, behind those faces,
Guys hid grushes and girls held rages,
She never knew of their envy and like,
Of her beauty and wonderful life.
She thought they hated and shunned her,
She thought they never would dream,
Of being her or knowing her,
And for invisible pain she did grieve.
For a simple mistake, she would cut at the maker,
And thus everyone began to pity her,
For she saw most the mistakes she made,
And to her most of the cuts were gave.
And one moonlit fearful night,
Her parents caught whiff of her deppressive blight,
They tried to talk her out of her hole,
But she would only let it all go.
The next day they cleaned out her locker,
They wished that they could have stopped her,
And as they saw them, the students knew,
That she had died... because she never knew.
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