My Withdrawal

I made a mistake
I knew it was too good to be true
Thinking vulnerability was my friend
By putting my fidelity in you
I thought you knew me better than that
And you would always care
I guess I was a stupid girl
By believing you'd be there
To you, I divulged secrets
To you, I revealed the scars
But you couldn't keep your mouth shut
My hope was scattered among stars
You took my pleasures and desires
And claimed them as your own
With nothing else but emptiness
That's when I truly felt alone

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I am an honor student at Compass Honors High School in my hometown, Meridian, ID. As a fifteen-year-old, I have already devoted most of my time to music and writing. I love to play my piano and you'll always find a pair of headphones in my ears. My favorite class is English, specifically the creative writing and poetry units. I have written a few books, but for my eyes only, and I tend to write poetry like humans breathe air. My goal in life is to change and inspire the world with my raw and unique writing style.