Tiffany Rose Moczydlowski
The Girl In the Mirror
There's this girl.
She's crazy and can get pretty wild
But is actually really calm and quiet and deep.
She hates hurting anyone in any way, to the extreme.
She will go out of the way to prevent other people pain,
But doesn't care if on the way she gets hurt.
She thinks being strong is hiding the pain.
She's random and never does the expected.
She absolutely loves music,
Especially when it relates to how she feels.
She's learning how to play the guitar,
And saving up to buy one.
She constantly is writing a song.
Or a poem.
Or a story.
She loves sketching, and is really creative.
Her eyes are filled with laughter and love and peace.
But have their share of tears.
Her favorite animal is the wolf.
For its strength, endurance, playfulness,
Wisdom, love of the night, and its love of family.
She loves staring at the stars.
She will randomly burst out in song.
She can be really goofy.
She has a bad past.: /
Her friends are the best,
And they help her more than they could ever guess.
She has an amazing twin.: ]
She loves vampires,
And she did before it was cool.
She loves anime.
She's not afraid to be herself.
Even if she is really strange and people hate her for it.
She loves standing out.
All she wants is to be accepted and loved, but for who she is.
She's really complicated.
Who's that that girl, you wonder?
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