The Girl - Poem by Sam Dawson
Her heart beats for someone who kicks her with his feet.
She sinks in her seat, in disbelief.
She wants him and nothing more.
If they all knew, she'd be the next score.
At this point, she's unconfident and sliding onto the floor.
Her heart's torn.
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