Silence Dogood

Rookie (1996 / Toronto)

There Was A Girl Who Had A Heart - Poem by Silence Dogood

There was a girl who had a heart.
That you went and broke apart.
Now its just a tool that pumps all the blood.
Untill it bleeds out in a sudden flood.

She was the girl who's smile never faded away.
But you had to leave her you couldnt stay.
She made a mistake by loving you.
You told her lies but she told the truth.

She dressed in black and wore ripped jeans.
You didnt like her style and chose to be mean.
She wasnt popular she wasnt cool.
She wasnt the hottest girl at school.

But when she asked you out you said yes.
That was the day she would soon regret.
You filled her soul with so much pain.
Now all she does is cry in the rain.

She sheds her tears in silent cries.
Waiting for the day without rumors or lies.
She was once a joyous girl with so many friends.
But now she fakes her smile and cries tears of dread.
You said yes when you should of said no.
She hangs on while you let go.

There was a girl who had a heart.
That you went and broke apart.
You put her heart on auction and her soul on sale.
You ruined her happy ending and wrecked her fairytale.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 1, 2008



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