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Glass Can Always Break



Glass Can Always Break
By Divind_Promises18 on 11/06/2007
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Glass Can Always Break

The only porcelain doll she wanted,
It was the shiniest one in the corner.
She picked it out and saw an auburn rose,
It was just beginning to grow beneath the doll.

It was the shiniest one in the corner.
She stood there crying because it represents her dreams.
It was just beginning to grow beneath the doll.
It sat there quietly staring at her.

She stood there crying because it represents her dreams.
The doll somehow became a divine heaven to her.
It sat there quietly staring at her.
For all she knew, the doll was alive.

The doll somehow became a divine heaven to her.
There were clouds in her cheeks and rain in her eyes.
For all she knew, the doll was alive.
She would always carry the rain in her eyes.

The doll somehow became a divine heaven to her.
There were clouds in her cheeks and rain in her eyes.
She would always carry the rain in her eyes.
And the doll itself would begin to cry.

There were clouds in her cheeks and rain in her eyes.
The only porcelain doll she waned
And the doll itself would begin to cry.
She picked it out and saw an auburn rose.

© By Divind_Promises18 On 11/6/2007 10:36:15 AM
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