Mgt Man


Girls


For those of you who aren't really sure
The person writing this is a girl
And I want you to know I really hate it
I am not saying I would ever change it
Girls are just filled with crazy emotions
So many they could fill the ocean
I hate how girls are always over thinking
Live in the moment and then you'll stop sinking
I hate how girls are so easy to cry
Maybe this madness would end if you tried
I hate how some girls are so quick to obey
Grow some balls and say what you want to say
I hate how girls like to play the victim
Take responsibility and if their bad then quit them
Girls always care so much about what other people think
It doesn’t matter if they don’t like you, they stink
Why do girls have to be so damn confusing
I wonder do they think they are somehow amusing
I wish girls could learn life is simple and easy
If they would just relax life would be breezy.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 01, 2009
Edited: Saturday, March 06, 2010

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Comments about this poem (Girls by Mgt Man )

  • Rookie Lady Grace (12/1/2009 4:57:00 PM)

    hehehhehe...actually, this is nice...

    girls are intelligent aren't they?
    they are wise but sometimes they behaved badly... (Report) Reply

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