What to do
She doesn’t know what to do.
With the price of rent and food,
If only she knew.
She could make plans for tomorrow.
And not feel so blue.
But, everyday seems to be a struggle.
She prays for a breakthrough.
All of her money goes for rent and food.
She still doesn’t know what to do.
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