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She Ends

Things never said, somewhere they hide
She takes abreast memories of life
Included wrongs and some, though, right 
Saved in chest with all her might

She grows to life with buds of love:
A daisy in heat, a fair fat dove
Wandering daisy in nature’s plight
Death did come––in day or night 

She loomed to the sanders of teens,
Memories but so much obscene
Shy her eyes, slaying her smile
Hands clutching them hearts in pile

Fairy tales of joy and pain,
She met someone down the lane 
Planned vows, flew higher
But he soon came out a liar!

All in creases,
Left shattered in pieces 
Neither she smiled nor she moaned
But became as hard as stone

Her eyes faded like greens of grass
Love doesn’t find yet Alas-
She found courage in the sight of rain
That crisp- falling water mane

Held by the sight, 
She thinks of him last night
Taking their vows in dream that night
But before she knew, beneath she died. 

In the rush of town,
Laid a broken crown
A suicide it was, end of clatter
Soul came free of all the matter


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