The Damaged Women

December 1, 2011
By Pramsay SILVER, Madeira, Ohio
Pramsay SILVER, Madeira, Ohio
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No one understands them
But, I see the pain behind those eyes
With the face of a porcelain doll
And skin soft as silicon
I’ll give you whatever you want

They are the result of lustful men
Men whose intentions are untrue
They listen to the words of those liars
Only to be betrayed

Why would anyone do that to them?
Just another memory they’ll never speak of
There goes one more piece of her heart
They want to do the right thing
But their trust crumbles away

Wish I could help, by being noble
From a distance, I see disaster
Once the dust clears,
All I can do is offer friendly advice

But my love is never returned
I must wait for my moment
Until then, I endlessly pour myself into them

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