Romance is never true happiness

By: Amanda Weaver

A small town girl, distracted, despised by the whole town. She, a beautiful young woman of the age of 26 is never to be concluded as a tender, kind hearted girl who actually hides under the outermost depression that shows through the slim, flawless body. However, the eyes of the woman look dead, from the insults she takes. Many say her eyes cut through them like daggars, as she glares from the window of the wreched house she calles home. Her neighbors find her as troublesome. They don't see what really lies inside this woman. What nobody knows is all she really need is a boyfriend, someone who cares, a person to show her true happiness. To bring out the inner peace that no one can see through her wreched eyes and her troublesome actions…