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Russell Nero

Rookie - 41 Points (May 25th,1995)

Wrath of a Woman


Scarlett Jade
why are you angry this day
Scarlett Jade
what has angered you intensely
This may seem petty
but is it wrong for me to be worried
is it wrong for me to show concern
Scarlett Jade
why won't you answer me
Scarlett Jade
please
you are always there for me
so let me be there for you this day
Well regretfully I had my chance to
but slumber called upon me first
and I didn't see your grief
and I didn't see your strife
till I awoke at first light by the hour of five
Scarlett Jade
by any means, would it help if I said I love you
No, I doubt it would
with my track record in words
I feel I'd just make a fool of myself
and say the wrong words, just making it worse
Scarlett Jade
what can I say or do to make everything okay
Scarlett Jade
what can I do to make a smile appear once again upon your face
or would it be better
if I just shut up and let everything alone
I do have tendencies to become the annoying one
and I guess I exceed my admission today
Scarlett Jade
well I believe I'll take my leave
and cease this day
but Scarlett Jade
well...
Scarlett Jade
if it's me that's apart of the wrath you rage
then I apologize sincerely
but if it's your wrath that needs to be let out
take it all out on me
I could care less about my own safety
Scarlett Jade
I..
well...
I have no words to say
so I'll say good night
well I'll say good day
and hope you'll be with me
for me wish you a good night
well till then...

Submitted: Monday, September 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
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