revolution

Once there was a girl
She was called Revolution

People called her all the names
They said she was good for nothing
They said she was way too young
She was even asked to not to speak to anyone

She had no parents
No one really loved her
She wanted to make a lot of friends
But people kept their children away from her

She had heard stories of children
Trapped in castles, and caught in caves
She didn’t want a rescuer, she just wanted to live
Cindrella never impressed her, nor did her tale

The world did not want her to live
They tried to stab her, she fell on the ground
She had tried to raise a voice
When there was no one to cry with the others

They came in huge numbers
Caught her hands, folded her legs
Kicked her in the abdomen, tried to slit her throat
She fought back, kicked these men in the groin
Pulled their hair, ran and looked out for help

There was none to be found, she still didn’t lose hope

She screamed to the human inside everyone
Asked them to save themselves, if not her

There was a huge cry, like a distant war
People came out of their homes

The noise was too much to bear
The sound was too shrilling to bear

They carried Revolution in their arms
Held it close to their heart
They had to do that, Cant you still feel why?

The noise was too much to bear
The sound was too shrilling to bear

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