Alejandra Isabel Ocampo Alvarez

Rookie (May 12,1994 / Pomona, CA)

That girl

That girl that sits alone
That girl that everyone stares at
That girl that nobudy likes
That girl is me

That girl that dresses in black
That girl that looks at you with the corner of her eye
That girl that has no friends
That girl is me

That girl that looks wierd
Isnt really what you think
If you get to know her better
You will get to know me

(January 2,2008 9: 00pm)

Submitted: Wednesday, January 02, 2008


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  • Rookie William Jackson (1/3/2008 12:40:00 AM)

    I am sure people will like you once you have opened up to them. A poetic person such as yourself is worth knowing. Be a friend to have friends. Do not be afraid to step outside your comfort zone. Take some risk. Sure you will get hurt some, but you will be ok. Trust yourself and choose wisely, but take some risk. Great poem. (Report) Reply

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