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The Edge

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The Edge

She sat on the edge

And looked at her toes,

Glanced over her fingers

Holding that rose.

She looked out

So far above the city,

It's a shame her friends

Never saw the pity.

Her eyes so dark

Never had they seemed so red,

Lack of sleep only confirmed

Her want to be dead.

She was crying so much

She forgot all she had seen,

The joy and happiness

When she had felt like a queen.

She sat on the edge

And had a breakdown,

The memories of her mind

Echoing through that frown.

She tried looking to focus

On something out there,

Her mind went wandering

Leaving her eyes to stare.

Her empty gaze

That look of pain,

No concentration left

It had all been slain.

She slipped off the edge

Her body fell,

Beauty and grace

Finally lost through hell.

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