the Little Girl


the little girl learned how to fly;
was not the last to cry,
was not the first to wither up and die.
No, her soul was precious, and strong,
like a lyric to a song,
like a train that stretched so long.
Her heart ignited,
like a wick on a candle,
she will never really handle;
this was told about the girl who could fly.

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