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I am bi.
I am bi.
I have friends that are bi.
My mom says I am bi because they are.
I am not.
I am bi because I want to be.
Although, I can not help it.
I am bi because I like girls and guys.
I went to theorapy, and ask them what was wrong with me.
I went to church and asked God to change me back.
To be normal like i used to be.
Or at least that girl I used to see.
To want a boyfriend to hold me.
Not a girl sitting next to me.
I went to my teacher and asked her about my grade.
I told her I didnt deserve an A.
I told her I was a bisexual.
My paper wasnt true.
I never loved any boy, like I had loved that girl.
In the paper I called her Bobby, and I turned her into a boy.
But in real life I loved Bekki.
Bekki was my life.
The teacher told me I was crazy.
The paper, she said, was great.
She said she cared not for judgement.
I deserved my A.
Mom told me she still loved me.
My friends, of course felt the same.
My name it is Jessica.
I am bisexual, and I will not change.