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I wrote this a while ago-and is a bit sad-but it remains close to my heart. Enjoy!

I stare at a photo in black and white,
of a little girl-about 3.
Her eyes are wide and beautiful,
but terribly sad.
She wears a dress befitting a princess, and
the innocence gushes from her eyes.
I stare at her in black and white,
and suddenly realize, she is me.
I discover the horror I've always known,
my life was always meant to be in black and white.

------
"Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding" Khalil Gibran, The Prophet




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The following comments are for "Little Girl"
by Serendipity

?!
always thought of you as a happy child. well i don't really fancy this after having just read stirred conscience. i mean it's not at all bad, bas not really your level of writing.

( Posted by: seniorme [Member] On: February 12, 2005 )

Wonderful Childhood
I had a wonderful childhood. But I am talking about the photo...I don't have a single photo until about the age of 3, where I am actually smiling. I think I had something against the camera....I was crying in all of them. Lol

( Posted by: Serendipity [Member] On: February 13, 2005 )





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