The Faceless girl

December 17, 2010
By BabyV GOLD, Jachksoville, Florida
BabyV GOLD, Jachksoville, Florida
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Favorite Quote:
A really good poet write so that the reader can walk in their shoes just for that one minute. Victoria Jones


The faceless girl
She feels all emotions
But at the same time feel none
Pain washes over her
But at the same time slides off
She lives to survive
But not survive to live
She stands and looks
And see as the ocean take and give away
And she wonders who’s going to give to her
Instead of just take away
People see her
But she doesn’t see them
Nothing bothers her
Because she doesn’t hear
What they say
Air is recycled used to survive
But never to calm
But she feels
She feels the pain
Of her motherless child
And a childless mother
She feels the pain of innocent blood
And war
She feels the pain of a tormented child
And the pain of a cruel soul
She feels the pain of the sick
And the hopeless
She feels this and never frowns
But only feels
She stands and looks
And see as the ocean take and give away
And she wonders who’s going to give to her
Instead of just take away


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BabyV GOLD said...
on Oct. 16 2011 at 9:47 am
BabyV GOLD, Jachksoville, Florida
13 articles 0 photos 30 comments

Favorite Quote:
A really good poet write so that the reader can walk in their shoes just for that one minute. Victoria Jones

If you can give me a 1 out of 5 stars atleast dont be a punk about it and not comment why




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