She bever knew what to be.
Any doubt she had, multiply it by 3.
Years went by, the pain faded away.
She tried and tried, but had to stay.
Words weren’t easy, but she found them.
Her voice was low, muffled and tame.
They could hear, but weren’t truly listening.
What she said didn’t make sense.
She asked them one thing.
“Do you believe in this?”
They honestly said, “no”.
That is, until they saw her persist.
She did it without hesitation.
She did it without doubt.
She did it in time, enough to move out.
A better world, could their be such a place?
She thought she could handle it.
She needed a saving grace.
Grace would be nice, especially with a little hope.
Can’t forget about faith.
Nothing really matters when you’re walking such a tight rope.
Her life is always changing.
Why should it be the same?
These words are getting easier.
Now there’s no one to blame.