Things They Would Say
Send her out alone
To do this on her own
Must had been the message they discussed
Not like they felt for her that much
If she survives, well, let it be
If she can’t, she can’t blame me.
Was possibly their motive all along.
Supplying food and water
Was more than adequate for her
She has friends that will give her something
At least that is how they justified, their nothing.
Take her to church, let others see
That the good book is being taught
No one will suspect , in our home it is not.
Make her pay rent for lingering at the house to long
After all she needs to grow up, she don’t belong.
Trouble maker is what she is,
Spending too much of our energy, on this.
Look at her lies, her betray and denials
She is not normal and needs a judge and a trial.
Yeah , we adopted her, but so what
We also took a tree from a Christmas lot.
Nothing special, no, not anymore
We’d rather her be behind someone else’s door.
Gave all we had to give
Now we just want to forget she ever exists.
A pity she turned out the way she did
It wasn’t our fault, it was not our bid.
Hope she still has a good life and all
Not with us in it though, you all.