• Typical (teenage girl)

    by  • July 4, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Self-Esteem, Waxing Poetic • 0 Comments

    Hey, look at me.
    Skin shown, cleavage down to my toes.
    I know how to make them look,
    I can make them want.

    I’m the heartbreaker,
    Twirl you around my perfectly manicured finger,
    I know how to breathe.
    I know how to sleeze.

    I’m the girl everyone wants to be.
    Perfectly advertised, desirable.
    Beauty, Intelligence
    All portains to me.

    Who am I?
    I’m every teenage girl, who
    Has no self-esteem.
    Who lies, cheats, and manipulates, just to be seen.

    And I have a question,
    Still want to be me?

    -An ordinary 16 year old girl.

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