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its rare to see her smile

Its rare to see her smile
She hasnít done it in a while
Her face memorized that blank stare
And her dreams cant be found any ware
Not when sheís lying in bed
All her hopes are dead
She wares all black
Still they say a soul she will always lack
Every night she cries
Thereís no life left in her eyes
No one knows why
Why she wishes to die
Why she hates the light of day
Or why she wants to run away
Still no one wants to under stand
No one will give her a helping hand
They all put her in pain
There joy is to gain
But if they only knew
What there words would do
It all started with a joke
she wants to stand up but she starts to choke
no one will ever know
but the pain continues to grow
she is hoping this is the end
her scars no one can mend
her heart started to tare
it would be ok her friend would swear
but soon he joined in
and popped her hope with a pin
in all of her tears
you will find her fears
she can control the pain
thatís keeping her sain
with a knife
that controls her life
when she cuts to deep
she wont say a peep
she is ready for the end
all she needed was a friend
no one will care
all they did was stare
like she was a freak
little did they know she was on a peak
now she is on her way down
in the center of town
this is her last breath
this is her death †
no one believed she would do it
but her her heart is a bottomless pit
as she steps off the side
now every one knows she never lied
because this is her suicide
every one will know that she died
pumkinking
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