Her Way of Words: Seeking Happiness
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Her Way of Words: Seeking Happiness

Still happiness she sought.

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Her Way of Words: Seeking Happiness

She had a way with words,

But they were never heard.

Not by those who loved her,

Not by those who no longer were.

Still every night she wrote;

Put her heart down in simple notes,

And waited for someone to come.

Someone who would make her heartstrings thrum.

At night, so quiet and desolate,

Her little steps so delicate

Against the cold floor.

And her life is a bore,

Passing her by.

A girl, oh so shy

To share her thoughts,

Still happiness she sought.

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