Miranda Van Yperen

Rookie (August 20,1996)

Just Because I'm Single


Just because I'm single
Doesn’t mean I'm looking for love
Doesn’t mean I need anybody
And doesn’t mean I want to love again
Just because I'm single
Doesn’t mean you can walk all over me
Doesn’t mean I am alone
Doesn’t mean I am miserable
Just because I'm single
Doesn’t mean that I want you
Doesn’t mean that I'm normal
Doesn’t mean I'm broken
Just because I'm single
Can't I just live my life?
Do guys think we are alone without them?
Can't single girls be happy?
I know I am.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 14, 2009

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  • Rookie Afzal Shauq (7/29/2009 12:25:00 AM)

    Just because I'm single
    Doesn’t mean that I want you
    Doesn’t mean that I'm normal
    Doesn’t mean I'm broken
    Just because I'm single
    Can't I just live my life?

    its really a good poem.. I think your small age the lonilines not be taken serious..still your much time to me queen of some one's heart..pray for your long and happy smiles..you are very taletned and this poem is oneof your sweet poems indeed, , liked it much
    10/10 (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Justin Unanue (7/22/2009 2:34:00 AM)

    Funny and melancholy...

    I especially like 'Just because I'm single, doesn't mean that I want you, doesn't mean that I'm normal' (Report) Reply

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