Bronté Morton

(4 January 1994 / Port Elizabeth, South Africa)

Questions


I am confused
I know, I know it's been said before
But maybe not enough
I'll say it just once more
I am confused

Do I walk through shops
with handbags and high shoes?
Or do I run along shores
splashing others in one's and two's?
I am confused

Must I listen to various people?
If yes, then what am I?
A big girl, a little lady or a woman?
If no, why not? Watch me try
I am confused

Do I define myself by my actions
or by the friends I am around?
Am i shaped by my religion
or by the opinions I have found?
I am confused

These are the questions I ponder
So tell me the answers
Leave me to wonder
Or maybe not?
I am confused

Submitted: Monday, November 24, 2008

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