I'm a Different Girl

November 3, 2008
By Katrina SILVER, El Dorado, Kansas
Katrina SILVER, El Dorado, Kansas
6 articles 0 photos 1 comment

I’m A Different Girl 6/1/08
Jumping around happy and smiling
Laughing with you and my friends
When you are not around though
They say I am different
I just deny everything they say
I seem like the normal me
But they look at me with disbelief
When you’re there they act like everything’s the same like
They never even brought it up
A different girl is what they said I try to talk to you about it and
You tell me that I have changed
Looking in the mirror at a whole different person wondering
What had happened to me
You tell me that when I changed it was good
That it seemed like I was happier
But I am losing all those friends
They tell me sorry then they just walk away from me forever
Trying so hard to get through on my own
That it’s just the same as before
They said I was different
I never knew they were going to be right but oh well
If I’ve changed maybe its for the better because I have you.

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This article has 4 comments.

Katrina SILVER said...
on May. 14 2009 at 1:14 pm
Katrina SILVER, El Dorado, Kansas
6 articles 0 photos 1 comment
this poem is about me changing when i meet my bf cuz i showed my true self that no one else knew and my friends did not like this new me and they stopped being my friends

swingin me! said...
on Nov. 8 2008 at 3:26 am
i though the situation sounds good, because i have gone through this myself. i just think you could have used more descriptive words and thought about it a little more. but you definitly have potential to write great things!

on Nov. 6 2008 at 12:58 pm
It's pretty good. The only thing that I'm not quit understanding is the theme? I think maybe if you put deeper meaning behind the words, I may be able to understand. Maybe some metaphores, similes would put a great kick into it. I agree with Deaceased Poet. Well written, otherwise. Keep writing! I'd love to read more.

on Nov. 6 2008 at 12:51 pm
It's good. It's a bit repetitive, and I don't understand what the theme/message is...


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