Liliana Roman

(10-20-96 / sanbernodino, california)

How I feel right now (mostly)


I am not the girl next door
I will matter
I will become someone important
Don't tell me that it'll be easy
That will just make it harder
Don't tell me things I already know
Because
I am not the girl next door
I will matter
I will become someone important
My name will be in the history books
And not because of one of my relatives
I am not a weak link
I am strong
No matter what people say
I matter
I will laugh when they end up calling me 'boss'
I will laugh when I prove them wrong
I will prove them all wrong
And I will laugh
I will triumph
And I will smile
A true smile
Knowing that I did it
I didn't give up like the rest
I stuck through
And it payed off
I am not the girl next door
I will matter
I will become someone important
Don't tell me that it'll be easy
That will just make it harder
Don't tell me things I already know
Because
One day
I will laugh
I will smile
I will triumph

Submitted: Wednesday, March 14, 2012

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  • Ace Of Black Hearts (3/14/2012 8:40:00 PM)

    Indeed you will matter only if you believe it to be so.
    Never give up, never settle for the no's of second best.
    It is the art of success. (Report) Reply

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