Face it

June 15, 2009
By Rosiane Lima BRONZE, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Rosiane Lima BRONZE, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
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Inspired by and adapted from a Janet S. Wong poem
“Face It”
My cheeks,
bounce when I run
soft when touched
round and fat when I smile
and even if I don’t.
I can see it clearly, who they come from…
my mother!

My forehead
big, round, and above my eyebrows.
Same as my father’s
the only look I got from him.

My eyes
round and small
where my emotions lie
degrading my lies
full of my tears when I cry!
I am the only one to make those tears come out.

The author's comments:
This is a poem in which was insoired by Janet Wong. I wrote this in a small amount of time and came out of the blue. It was just inspiration! Therefore,I advice you, viewres of this website, to just sit one and let your inspiration speak! Write! Let it all out in writting! Show your skills!

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