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Madison
She's broken. She just wanted her thoughts to be spoken. For her words to mean something, For her words to be affecting. But she feels worthless. Her dream was to become an actress, to inspire others ti achieve their dreams, but she had fallen in the streams. She lost all of her hope, having no way to cope. She wakes up every morning, ready to start acting. She puts on her mask, hoping for someone to ask, hoping for someone to realize how long this has been going on, and apologize. Yet no one seems to care, she feels like she shouldn't be there. Since no one seems to notice her, that is what she has inferred. But then someone spoke up, noticed how she was lost like a pup. So they decided to help, she first yelped. For she never knew how to accept, she only knew she wept. Later, she saw light, and shone bright. She finally saw that she was someone, not a no one, but she meant something. She was finally acknowledging Her true beauty, she found her true duty, to help others, and make things better.
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