They say to wait, because everyone's concerned about the way,
She doesn't think she's good enough to make them all stay,
She says everyone that everyone leaves one day.
She gets attached, far too easily. She's latched, onto this idea that, she's somehow falling back, into her past, bad habits.
She chased her white rabbit.
He led her to her downward spiral.
Only when she was empty did she feel whole,
Like she's finally in control.
Her madness became her,
She counts the seconds, the hours, the days.
She came up with million of ways,
To fight against the rage,
To quiet her monster,
To tame her mind.
While all the time,
Feeding it lies.
That everyone will leave her,
That she's not worth a goodbye.
She looks in her eyes,
Her reflection cries,
But her reflection isn't what she sees.
Just a stranger full of deceit.
She feels incomplete,
Like something is missing.
She's losing the feeling.
Lost in a rabbit hole.
She knows she must go.
Follow the broken road until it leads her home,
Until she sees the truth.
That everyone already knows,
That she's in fact beautiful,
That she's worth so much more.
I met a girl once who went to rehab for an eating disorder. This was for her.