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I'm sorry I'm not Superwoman
To my parents,
I know I don't always make straight A's and B's,
I'm not the star of the basketball team,
I'll never run for Miss America, I'm no beauty queen.
I'm sorry I don't always obey your every word,
Someday I'll learn from my mistakes I'm sure.
I can be what I set out to be,
If I hold on to your advice and lessons tightly.
I'm sorry for my challenges and failures,
But I'll get back on the right path sooner or later.
And to my boyfriend who's seventeen,
Thats sweet how you say your in love with me.
But we will wait and see, wont we?
I may be young at fourteen,
But you must realize your not getting anything.
I am still learning, but I am not naive.
To all the size zeros in the world,
I'm sorry I'm a size three, an average girl.
To all the old friends I never text back,
I have a life, I'm really busy, please realize that.
To that boy who's heart I broke in half,
If I could rewind time, I'd take all those nasty words I said back.
And to those eighth grade girls who always have their noses turned up,
When you enter high school, people will think your drama is obserd.
To my beautiful best friend who all shes concerned about is her vanity,
Perfection is your biggest enemy.
Your egotistic, elementary games illuminate your obscure attitude which is defenseless,
You are a ruthless on my dear, you have lost your innocence.
your crude sarcasm covers up your deepest insecurities,
while the one you thought you loved has taken the one and only thing you have control over, your purity.
I'm sorry I'm not Superwoman,
I will or never can be a Super human.
I'm not a perfect child who always learns from morals,
I'm not the perfect girlfriend you want to wake up to in the morning.
I'm sorry parents, I promise I'll be the best that I can be,
I'm sorry Daddy that I'm dating a boy who's seventeen.
When it comes down to it, I sometimes do stuff that I really shouldn't,
I'm sorry that I'm not Superwoman.