Lost Little Girl (triggering)

Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by xoCherie, May 31, 2012.

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  1. xoCherie

    xoCherie Well-Known Member

    Side note: I was positive I posted this last night but apparently not, or it got deleted? If so, I didn't get any notice of any kind so thought it just didn't post :unsure: if it's too triggering can I be alerted when it's deleted? Just because I got confused

    Blood red soaks the floor
    Leaving a trail to the door
    The door handle tainted red
    With the imprint of a hand
    You push it open and step inside
    All your emotions collide
    For there, on her bed she lays
    Never again will she play
    Oh, her life was too much to cope with
    And now it's all over with
    You will never see her lifeless body again
    Except for the imprint left in your brain
    Of a lost little girl with red streaking her wrists
    Never more will you be able to kiss
    Her sweet cheek blushing bright
    Her hair reflecting the sunlight
    Her eyes shining for all
    As her laughter fills the hall

    Never more will she grace this earth
    Never more will she lay before the hearth
    With a presence that filled the room
    And a love that was just blossoming into bloom
    You cry for her now, this child of yours
    Although she was never yours
    For she was the world, and the world was her
    But this world is lost
    In chaos and sadness
    How could you not see?
    That lost little girl, she was me
  2. Baldr

    Baldr Staff Alumni

    a beautiful poem, reminds me of the lyrics of In Mourning songs (maybe I'm just being stupid though)
  3. xoCherie

    xoCherie Well-Known Member

    I know it doesn't completely rhyme but I honestly don't care.

    Thank you Baldr for your input :) I love having input into my poetry
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