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The Identity of No One
Have you ever stayed up late one night and thought to yourself, Who am I?
Or what do I wanna be?
I rather figure that out on my own instead of Stealing someone's identity.
So, Who am I?
I’m the girl that cares a little too much instead of just enough
I am the daughter of 2 dominicans
I am the fourth J
I was born and raised in New York State
I am the youngest of 4
I am my sisters pride and joy
Now, you ask me what I wanna be
I’ll say it proudly
I wanna be the person you can come to in your time of need,
The cousin they can look up to,
I wanna be the daughter my father comes back to,
I wanna be the person who I strive to be,
I wanna be the best that I can be.
But, there's a difference between want and will,
This i'll say slowly...
I will be the older sister my father's daughters look up to
I will be a high school graduate
I will be the best I can be
I will continue building my identity
I will be someone my family can be proud of
I will stay faithful to my religon
I will do these things because only one person can stop me
The only one who can tell me I can’t
Me, Myself, and I
But i’ll fight against that negativity and replace it with positivity
Because that's my identity.
And I will succeed.