Friday, September 12, 2008


I cried because she cried
I cried for the unfair treatment she receives at home
I cried for the violence she has to view in her home
I cried because life isn't fair
I cried because I didn't know what to do or how to help
I cried because she is only 14
I cried because she told me her secret of 4 years
I cried for the love she has never felt
I cried for the hope she has in the midst of so much pain
I cried because she trusted me
I cried because I want it to stop
I cried because she still loves her mom even while she hates her
I cried for her and every other teenager in her position


Jaci Bounds said...

I know this feeling. My heart feels for you and for her.

Jamie Lynne Lapeyrolerie said...

Praying for you guys both. Working with youth is amazing and heartbreaking at the same time.