A Girl Unknown

She holds galaxies in her eyes

And meteor showers in the pit of her belly

Brilliant constellations twinkle inside her tears

Her story lies within the white lines that cover her body

Her fingerprints leave remnants of memories and fragments of hope

Her lungs dispel love and forgiveness with every breath

But nobody seems to notice her beautiful existence

They don’t notice when they brush against her arm

Or scuff her shoe when their feet trample each other by accident

So what is she supposed to do with all the glory that she holds

When no one can even see her, not even in the brightest of lights

The End

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