Amelia Patterson


Ponytail Girl


Ponytail girl, twirl your hair
So that all may know
Your shiny flair.

Ponytail girl, you don't care
That people always question
How you wear that hair.

Ponytail girl, may I ask?
If your hair were any other way,
Would it be like a mask?

Ponytail girl,
I'd just like to say,
I hope you wear that hair
Just as proudly each day.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 18, 2012

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ppl wont leave me alone asking me to wear my hair down! its annoying, so i wrote this to proclaim my style

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