Mckenzi Lew

(11.4.93 / i wanna be in the bahamas)

I Am


I am outgoing and talkative.
I wonder why people can be so cruel.
I hear the wind blowing.
I see the sun smiling.
I want to stop time, it goes too fast.
I am outgoing and talkative.

I pretend that what people say about me doesn't phase me.
I feel invincible.
I touch the moon because the sky isnt the limit.
I worry about the soldiers overseas.
I cry when i think about my grandmothers death.
I am outgoing and talkative.

I understand that i'm not perfect.
I say if you dont like me, its your problem.
I dream about my wedding day.
I try to be the best I can be.
I hope that high school wont be horrible.
I am outgoing and talkative.

Submitted: Saturday, February 09, 2008
Edited: Sunday, March 09, 2008

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