How Glamorous Are We?

October 16, 2012
By Kelsey Farewell BRONZE, Saint Peters, Missouri
Kelsey Farewell BRONZE, Saint Peters, Missouri
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How glamorous are we?
Gorgeous, sunny blue-sky days;
Both of us full of smiles and laughs.
How glamorous are we?
Wearing high heels, feather boas,
And dresses that are ten times too big.
How glamorous are we?
Pushing our baby dolls in strollers
Down sidewalks as casual as can be.
How glamorous are we?
Putting on our snooty, sassy faces;
Pretending that we are the best moms on the planet.
How glamorous are we?
Arguing over which baby was cuter;
Mine always was.
How glamorous are we?
As glamorous as two little girls could be.

The author's comments:
This poem is about my older sister and I when we were kids. We would always play dress up and play house.

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jassy112798 said...
on Oct. 16 2012 at 6:42 pm
This is a really cute poem. It reminds me of me and my sister.


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