Treasure Island

Quantez L. Spears

(Cleveland)

Happy with Yourself


We're humans, sometimes we strive for something better,
A males objective can thrown off when she wears a tight sweater.

Females see a guy they like, and will turn on each other.
Boys want to be the boyfriend but is seen as the brother.

She's intelligent, funny, and has skills in the kitchen,
But acts dumb and paint her face just to gain his attention.

He's her 'bestie' and hears her complain how she's always alone,
Afraid to express how he feels, he unknowingly gets in the friend zone.

One thing people fail to realize, it's not good to be someone else
And that you'll be happier with people and life if you just be yourself.

Submitted: Sunday, November 10, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 11, 2013

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