Cryssi Lawliet

Rookie (11-14-97 / Minato-Ku, Tokyo Japan)

Let Her Stay


Catch the vain of sorrow
The vast emptiness of the world
These people are rude, they'll be more tomorrow
They just stay rude and cold

People can't see the truth in their lies
Many call her fake
Because they couldn't see the truth if they tried
These people are pushing her to break

She won't let them win
Pardon her if she's in your way
Yo can say her existence is a sin
She hates your existence every single day

You push her around
Make fun of her sorrow everyday
But she's never made a sound
Why does she even stay

Catch the sorrow in your veins
The world is full of emptiness
Her clothes filled with blood stains
But she tried her best

Submitted: Sunday, November 03, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 04, 2013

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I wrote this one day at school when people were making fun of me because i was bisexual and i wear dark colors and have scars on my wrists. They never seemed to notice that it did affect me

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