and what a terrible pity, she was so incredibly young, in this insipid city, the alarm bells should've rung.
she didn't seem the sort, her sadness fell through, she was profoundly distraught, and no-one knew.
she kept her despair hidden away, she put on a brave front, because misery was a price she had to pay, and she had to bear the brunt.
she was lonely and sad, the lack of love drove her mad, borderline insane, she put an end to the strife, she took a breath and ended her life.
they saw her smile and never saw her cry if they had just paid attention they would've seen it was a lie.
because sometimes the loudest laughter hides the saddest sigh and the brightest grin obscures a tear in the eye.
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