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The Sparrow
He called it love and his captivating way, She called it fear and longed for the day. All alone she cried those bitter nights, While he ran around to his hearts delight. He had her heart he pulled her strings, All she ever wanted was the joy that only true love can bring. He controlled her mind, her spirit, her soul, All alone with no hopes of ever achieving her goals. Completely stripped of confidence and pride, She became a victim of his heartless and evil side. She was hardly a child when he stole her heart, Lured in to his web with lies and broken promises from the start. Now all of her dreams have faded away, As she musters up courage to try to make it through another day. He has convinced her that what he says is the final word, No matter what she had read or heard. You can’t make it out there, alone, is what he said! You won’t last a week till somebody finds you dead. So callous and cruel he chose those frightening words to keep her here, But she had reached the end and leaving was the only way and she saw it clear. She said you’re right and I should hush so let’s not fight, But her things were packed, she’d be leaving this night. He got all dressed and went out to make the town, She called her a taxi and left that clown. She broke the bonds that held her there, Now she’s on her own enjoying life and breathing in this new found air. This little sparrow has found her wings, Enjoying everything this life can possibly bring.
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