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For A Teen Girl

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Author's note: As a teenage girl in high school, things that I experienced during my first 2 1/2 years inspired...  Show full author's note »
Author's note: As a teenage girl in high school, things that I experienced during my first 2 1/2 years inspired poetry to flow out of me. I hope to inspire other teenage girls to find confidence within themselves to be who God has allowed them to be. Don't be afraid to be who your are. Keep that tiara high.  « Hide author's note
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Lost Soul

I feel as if I’m a lost soul,
A soul no one could ever hold.
One who’s heart is always too cold.
Someone warm me up.
Make me lukewarm at least.

I’m always floating with the temperamental.
Always saying stuff that may be judgmental.
Lonely walking desolate streets,
Just trying to avoid being called geek,
And freak.

People always bring me down.
I always act friendly & feel like a clown.
Why must this happen to me?
Can someone take these stupid shackles off of me??

Can someone please free my soul?
Free my soul from a place that’s cold
The place where all the lonesome go.
To and afar, no one knows.

I feel as no one can see me.
I feel as if I have on a cloak of invisibility.
I feel as if no one cares.
If my heart was warm,
I would be able to share.

I walk all alone.
After everyone else is gone home…
I hear a noise – Is it just my mind?
I turn around and it’s YOU walking behind.

You run up to me, and began to speak.
I look at my shoes, down at my feet.
I don’t know why you are so kind.
Everyone else won’t pay me any mind.

We sit on the ground and talk and wait.
I look at my watch; it’s a quarter past 8.
I get up because it’s getting a little too late.
I say bye and smile...
Pick up your skateboard begin to skate
You have my mind in a Euphoria State.

As I walk the lonely soul path,
I can’t stop thinking about the hours that past.
You brought out some color finally.
Someone has finally freed me.
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