Nakita Ball

Rookie (September 17,1995 / Omaha)

Silent Crys - Poem by Nakita Ball

Nobody hears it
Or sees her silent cries
The little girl they always tease
Will never cry from her eyes

The teases just get meaner
So the cuts get deeper
She tries to hide
Shes losing her pride

She walks to school
With a smile on her face
Running from the darkness
Desperate for her happy place

She sits in class hoping
No one will hear
Those silent whispers
She hears in her ear

They tell her no one loves her
No one wants her near
She writes notes to her mother
About how much she hates it here

No body hears it
Or sees her silent cries
The little girl they always tease
Will never cry from her eyes.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 10, 2010



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