Lonely Girl

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She’s hiding out of nowhere,
like a bird in a cage,
trapped in tears forever,
trying to find her way,
and dreaming of the day when nothing’s wrong.

Late at night I see her,
just inside her window,
longing for the future,
hiding from the past,
and dreaming of the day when nothing’s wrong.

No one seems to see her,
although she’s not that far away,
that desperate girl I see her,
just behind her curtains,
and dreaming of the day when nothing’s wrong.

One day I did not see her,
as I always did,
crying by her window,
looking out at freedom,
and dreaming of the day when nothing’s wrong.

I no longer see her,
I wonder where she’s gone,
that desperate girl I loved her,
always crying inside her window,
and dreaming if the day when nothing’s wrong…

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About KD Williams

Kára Agnarsdóttir (aka Kirstina D. Williams) hails from Seattle, WA. She is very passionate about a number of topics including archaeology, costuming, spinning, nålbinding, knitting, crochet, travel, history, and photography. She has been a member of the Glamfolk since 2002 and is currently in school working towards bachelor's degrees in both Scandinavian Studies and Anthropology.

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