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Elizabeth Tyrrell


Who I Am


My name is Elizabeth,
Not Emily Tyrrell,
I have moved several times,
All the places I've been don't compare to now,
I live with my father,
Things are better,
I have friends,
I can actually see them,
I found the love of my life,
My life still sucks,
But it's getting better,
Every second of every day,
I'm one step closer to salvation.

~Emily E. Tyrrell~

Submitted: Sunday, November 03, 2013
Edited: Sunday, April 27, 2014

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