Frieda Taller


Ugly Duckling Poem by Frieda Taller


Born with super curly hair
Brown eyes who loves to glare
Brown skin, it was never fair
Never been loved, never been cared

She was like a flower in the wall
She’s in the crowd but always alone
Guys won’t dance her, she’d cry in the room
For she’s an ugly duckling, that’s for sure.

She grow up little by little
Her hair become lovely, I must tell
It’s like Goldilocks, the golden-haired girl
People now love it whenever it’s twirl.

Her brown eyes, people love to stare
For it is beautiful, bright I swear
Her skin’s become lighter and fairer
Now guys can’t stop falling for her.

She changed day by day
Into a lovely girl, I must say
She made it for her own good way
She never loses hope, she always prays.

What else can she asks for
She’s now loved, never been ignored
She’s been cared, she’s been adored
She’s now ugly duckling no more

Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Edited: Saturday, November 19, 2011

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