Local Woman Just A Small Town Girl, Living In A Lonely World

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LOCAL woman Ciara Carty has come to a sudden realisation about herself and must now reckon with the fact she is but a small town girl, living in a lonely world, WWN can exclusively reveal.

Catching herself in a daydream which brought forth a huge swell of emotions that left her on the verge of tears as she contemplated her love life, her place in the world and just where it is she would end up, Carty conceded to herself that given the choice she’d take the midnight train to just about anywhere.

“Give her a minute, she gets like this sometimes,” remarked Carty’s close friend Anna Hingley.

Carty continued her small town girl contemplating in her mind, while considering that were a romantic figure to enter her life he would be a stranger waiting up and down the boulevard.

Reinforcing her self-appointed status as a small town girl in a lonely world, she speculated that in searching for love she could well find herself in a smoky room defined by the smell of wine and cheap perfume.

“Ignore her, she probably just needs to eat something, or she’s tired, or horny or all of the above. It’s a confusing cocktail,” Anna added as Carty stared off into the distance aggressively feeling emotions.

Imagining herself at the centre of a nostalgia soaked anthem, Carty could not dismiss the possibility that this would go on, and on, and on, and on.

“Streetlights, people, living just to find emotion, hiding somewhere in the night,” confirmed Carty who admitted to not having a clue as to what she was on about but feeling a mix of melancholy and an overwhelming urge to scream-sing at the top of her lungs any moment now.

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