Fragile Thing

A skyless dream,

A groundless heart,

A soulless life,

She'll now depart.

The dark silence,

More than one should bear,

She'll cry herself to sleep tonight,

Leaving her dreams in shreds and tears.

The taunting laughs and selfish screams,

They don't know what life really means,

But They'll see, when they push her,

Life's a fragile thing.

They push her to the edge,

Soon she will fall, begging for help,

Her cries never heard.

Now the silence is surrounding her,

Destructive, yet healing,

Death coming for her,

It's so relieving.

The taunting laughs and selfish screams,

They don't know what life really means,

But They'll see, when they push her,

Life's a fragile thing