Kelsey Martinson


This Is Me


Watching the world
Pass on by
Imagining
Someone else's life
Being someone famous
Luxurious and free
Beauty beyond words
But this isn't me
Being someone poor
No food or money
Wasting away
From poverty
I cringe not wanting to be
Feeling sad but thankful
This isn't me
I cannot change
Who I am
This girl in the mirror
My eyes just now
Seeing her
For who she is
This is me
I am not rich
I am not poor
I'm simply a girl
If nothing more
But I'm glad
For who I am
Not wanting to be
Anyone but me

Submitted: Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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