madison ann

(2 26 1998)

girls


Girls
Happy girls, have smiles on their face
Athletic girls, they love to race
Sad girls, shed their tears
Frightened girls, hide their fears

Emo girls, hearts are bare
Adventurous girls, they fly through the air
Attractive girls, guys love to see
Self conscious girl, she cannot be
Troubled girl, has been through hell
Angel girl, has a story to tell

The skinny girl, she will not eat
The abused girl, she has been beat
The slutty girl, it was meant to
The bitchy girl, whats she been through?

The perfect girl that hides below
Isn't the girl you think you know

Submitted: Monday, June 18, 2012
Edited: Monday, June 18, 2012

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  • Alex Medina (6/22/2012 9:11:00 PM)

    Ha! You're probably right! Females are complicated yet wonderful beings. I like how well thought out this poem is. The last two lines hit me, and they hit me hard. Well done, I really liked it. (Report) Reply

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