Lisa Jewell Quotes (Author of Then She Was Gone)
Then She Was Gone Quotes
No matter what they are and no one knows you more better than you know yourself. So don't let people try to convince you that your someone your not, even if they do have PhD. Ginger writes a poem for a competition called " And She Was Gone ", about a girl that wants to disappear. When Ms. Zorski reads it, she becomes concerned with the strong feelings put into it and forces Ginger to visit the school psychologist out of worry.
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Do you, do you have any idea? She chose to walk alone Though others wondered why Refused to look before her, Kept eyes cast upwards, Towards the sky. Only wanted freedom, From what she felt were Puppet strings. She longed to be a bird. That she might fly away. She pitied every blade of grass For planted they would stay. She longed to be a flame, That brightly danced alone.