Lucy, Lucy

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Lucy, Lucy hear my call
I would give my love to all
Heard you weeping on the stair
Know that you are hiding there
In your room, beside your bed
Can’t fool me just ’cause you’re dead
Lucy, Lucy take my hand
Promise that I’ll understand

Lucy, Lucy though you hide
I know how you feel inside
Just like you I felt the whip
Where the crueler parents slip
Under cover of the night
Thinking that they’re safe from sight
Lucy, Lucy we both know
Where the darker people go

Lucy, Lucy I’ve a plan
Something that you’ll understand
In their rooms we can both creep
Find them when they’re fast asleep
Cut the thread that gives them life
Give them back their share of strife
Lucy, Lucy be my friend
We’ll avenge you at the end

Lucy, Lucy hear my call
Children should be loved by all

Helen M Valentina (c ) 2019

About Helen

I'm drawn to blogging as a way to share ideas and consider what makes us who we are. Whether it's in our working life or our creativity, expression is a means to connect.
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