There Was a Girl With a Heart.

There once was a girl with a heart.
Who gave it to someone that tore it apart.
She gave it all, and broken it came.
Mending and tending it slowly and just looked at them with lost eyes, confusion and shame.
That poor girl realized that she had enough, and from then on everything would just have to change.

There once was a girl with a heart,
Who had enough of playing that part.
Where she exposed her flesh and bones.
Only to have it thrashed against stones.
That poor girl just hid away, hiding the vulnerable and all back into her tiny cave, the fear of handing it out again, it stayed.

There once was a girl with a heart,
And she kept it close with a lock inside a cart.
For the fear of it escaping
Not knowing where it will be placing,

That poor girl looked at herself and thought it’d be best to turn cold and dark, she didn’t want to be weak or taken advantage of.

There once was a girl with a heart,
Who was so mean and cold and broken apart.
With quick subtle words, a cold shoulder shown with no remorse.
For if they saw the real damage and true feelings she had, she’d only feel worse.

That poor girl only hid away behind the hate, a simple mask she had thrown on, but regret she did not a single word that she had spoken.

There once was a girl with a heart,
And thought that for once she would be smart.
She’d go out there again and have no feelings attached.
And she’d keep her heart locked, never to be detached.

That poor girl went off to have mindless sex, and returning with her skin slowly peeling.

There once was a girl with a heart,
Who had her hopes up for perhaps a new start.
Only to see that things had moved on,
A realization that it felt like a con.

That poor girl just kept her mouth quiet, there was nothing left for her to do, for she was just a girl with a heart, non of it was ever fully her fault.

 

 

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– Mariana.

 

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There Was a Girl With a Heart.

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