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Winning Fate

By , Wellfleet, NE
Hands in the air and tears down her face
She fell to the ground, forgetting her grace
She finally lost the smile, she finally broke down
Her blood stained tears flood the whole town
Her scars scream of the forgotten past
Her hearts wrapped in a metal cast
Her wrist are raw with bloody rage
She keeps her feelings locked in an unforgiving cage
Life as she knew it, was close to its end
For as we all know, fate doesn’t bend
Her screaming prayers were finally heard
and answered, word for word
She shed her own blood one last time
This would be never forgotten crime
Her entire world went blank
This was more than just a little prank
And this time, she didn’t awake
Her parents wanted this to fake
It took her life, for them to care
This was more than just a little despair.
This was her life, this was the end.
For as we all know, fate doesn’t bend.





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