Girl in White

by Daisy   Jan 9, 2009


A girl in white,
Walking to her grave,
Sighing,
Alone.

She wants her father,
But he's alive,
Gone from her world.
Forever.

Why can no-one see her?
Tears fall, from her brown eyes.
She's unhappy,
And she won't be happy.

She sings a little song,
Clutching her little toy rabbit,
With a rose,
Weeping.

She lives in our world,
Un-known to man-kind,
Why won't Daddy speak to her?
She's all left behind.

She steps in her grave,
Reaches to the angels,
And drops her toy,
Her daddy finds it beside the grave.

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  • 8 years ago

    by Mike Martin

    Very powerful. Very true. Too the point. It shows just how people forget the things that are really important. Thank you for the reminder, we can all use it. 5/5...xoxo

  • 8 years ago

    by Beautiful Chaos

    A very nice somber write, I really enjoyed it.

    She sings a little song,
    Clutching her little toy rabbit,
    With a rose,
    Weeping.

    She lives in our world,
    Unknown to man-kind,
    Why won't Daddy speak to her?

    This was my favorite part, good job.