Runaway Smile

Her smile ran away.
And the only thing she found,
Was a frown.
On her face.
Now she's down,
So she pace.
Back and forward,
Wandering if she made the right move that day.
But she knows he treated her like a clown.
So she had to get rid of the pain someway
And her way of coping,
Was smoking,
Hoping that he'll come back and open.
His heart to her.
Because that's not really hard to her.
But that moment isn't coming around no way.
He comes to town,
But don't say,
Anything, plus she wasn't coming out,
Because the only sign she see is now way.
Because she has no fate.
She tries to find a place to fit in,
But she find no place.,
The one place she would like to get in,
Has no space.
She in a world filled of stars,
But she has no space.
She doesn't have a car in the chase.
She's not armed in this race.
And you can tell she's not alarmed,
By her face.
Because she doesn't pay attention to the little things.
And that's maybe the reason that all of her relationships,
Turns to war.
And she can't fight anymore,
Because her hearts too sore.
And she's sure,
That she knows what the problem is.
I tell her solve it then.
But at the end,
She never sees her smile again.





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GangstaEyes This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Dec. 23, 2010 at 4:40 pm
This is really good - it made me think. I love the part "She is in a world filled with stars, but she has no space". You use a lot of GREAT imagery... Could you check out some of my stuff? Thanks and keep writing! :)
 
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