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francesca paul


''Who Am I''


I am an independent and unbreakable girl.
I am a dreamer.
I am a girl with hope.
I am a girl who never gives up.
I am a girl who never stops trying.
I am a girl who believes in me not in peer pressure.
I am a girl who never stop thinking of how the future going to be,
And of how the past was.
I am an intelligent girl.
I am a believer.
I am an incredible girl.
I am a girl who knows what life means and how it can be sometimes.
I am a girl who proud to be herself.
I am a girl who knows where she came from, where she is and where she's going.
I am a pleasant girl that always happy with what I got.
I am a girl who never tries to be someone I'm not.
I am a patient girl.
I am a girl who's looking forward to survive life.
I am me, wheter I'm pretty or ugly and will always be me.
I am an independent girl and unbreakable, and there is no reason for me to be forgettable of my personalities.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, February 22, 2012

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