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Wonder Woman


Wonder Woman is my name
Warding off evil and disdain
Making sure things are alright
And not to turn a blind eye

I don't have special powers
Sometimes I wish I did
I would turn back many hours
When my life had took a skid

I strive for a better person
Not the one I used to be
And shed my fears effortlessly
So that you will never leave

I try and make you happy
And try not to make mistakes
The road has been a bit bumpy
Smoother road ahead are the days

Trying to be who I want to be
While keeping you from harm
And If I fail my guarantee
Then Wonder Woman is who I must be

Submitted: Friday, August 18, 2006
Edited: Thursday, August 26, 2010

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