Unwanted - Poem by Danielle Marino
Words that pierce like a heated knife,
Shouts that corrupts an innocent life.
In the shadows of the cold night,
Shivers in terror and fright.
Eyes that silently cries,
Heart that slowly dies,
Tears masked in those smiles,
Pain beneath those colorful lies.
A single mistake that leads into birth
That destroys two people's worth.
A responsibility that lasts forever,
No turning back, no defer.
Parent's mistake, child to blame,
Hated because of the shame,
Left in the corner wondering
What's my family name?
Born in an unwanted time,
Grown to a sarcastic lame,
Accused to a crime she didn't commit,
And die before she could fit.
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