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It's Not Fair.
It's not fair that she gets all the guys.
It's not fair that she's invincible.
It's not fair that she's prettier.
It’s not fair that her parents love each other.
It’s not fair that she doesn’t know someone who has died.
It’s not fair that her grandpa wanted to be there on Grandparent’s Day.
It’s not fair that she’s never hurt herself.
It’s not fair that she’s never thought of killing him.
It’s not fair she doesn’t know someone who’s in jail.
It’s not fair that she’s never been slapped.
It’s not fair that she can go have fun.
It’s not fair that she can leave.
It’s not fair that she’s never seen Hell.
It’s not fair that she’s a daddy’s girl.
It’s not fair that she doesn’t have a scar on her heart.
It’s not fair that there will never be a “she.”