She's Gone - Poem by briana plaz
She shattered her innocence, with a single look in to his eyes.
Unaware of the sin with in his soul and mind, the sin she would withhold.
Watching as her inhibitions fall and break on the floor.
She finds herself seeing that his words were no more than lies.
This allows her whole life to unfold.
Locked in her mind as it breaks she can't find the door.
Cutting all ties
She says her goodbyes
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