Crushing the Memory

April 6, 2009
By AliaCole BRONZE, Lake Jackson, Texas
AliaCole BRONZE, Lake Jackson, Texas
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Hidden behind long hair
Her heart began to tear
Wanted him more than anyone could know
When she saw him she glowed
To be more than friends is all she asked
But then she couldn't help but think of her past
The fingers of one and the touches of all
And from that moment she began to fall
She crushed the memories with a few pills and a blade
The scars on her body were not all that she made
The fist of a father and no trust of her mother
All she wanted was someone to love her
There were sleepless nights
and endless fights
The pain that she recieved
made her want to leave
The world possibly forever
Her soul began to sever
Broken childhood and broken dreams
She straddled the ledge and stood on a beam
She glanced down at the people below
What in this world did she really have to show
A mutilated body, an ugly face
Her heart was no longer beating at a steady pace
She said i hate you for what you have done to me
Now hopefully you will finally see
She scooted closer and let herself fly
For now no longer will she have to cry

The author's comments:
I've been through a lot in the short amount of time I've been on this Earth. I regret a lot of things in my past, but I've gotten over most of them now. I'm a lot stronger then before, and the things I've been through have made me who I am now.

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