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Angel Tejeda


I Wish


Sometimes I wish I was the perfect girl...
Good looks, long hair, gorgeous smile.
Anyone would want to date and be friends with,
Except for having this bold body, short hair.
I hear it takes years to build reputation,
Just one mistake to ruin it.
Society decides to go against you,
Making you feel like the worthless one.
What if I was living that life I want?
Would I actually have friends or they're fake?
Would mg personality be great or nay?
Would people be out of my way or I be invisible?
It sucks to be invisible.
The crucial hardships and heartbreaks,
The struggle to find yourself,
The never ending pain,
It all takes a nasty effect.

Submitted: Thursday, September 12, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013
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I dedicate this to all young females that struggle at points in their life that wish they looked how they've always wanted to look.

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