Lisa Anderson


X Yes I Am That Girl X - Poem by Lisa Anderson

I am that girl who is wanted
I am that girl who understands people
I am that girl who tells the truth
I am that girl who you can tell your secrets to
I am that girl whose heart has been broken
I am that girl who finishes fights
I am that girl who still studies her books
I am that girl who is a typical teenager
I am that girl who liver in west London
I am that girl who’s always friendly
I am that girl who will fight for her rights
I am that girl who has planned her life
I am that girl who respects everyone for who they are
I am that girl who will tell you it how it is
I am that girl who makes her own decisions
I am that girl who regrets things

I am that girl who wanted to still be with you today
I am that girl who still day dreams about you
I am that girl who you can turn to
I am that girl who will regret loving you
I am that girl who has always protected you
I am that girl who will give you advice
I am that girl whose heart has been broken by you
I am that girl who once wanted you
I am that girl who once needed you
I am that girl who once was dreaming of you
I am that girl who was once speaking about you
I am that girl who has dreams about you
I am that girl who you can call when you’re feeling down
I am that girl who wants you back in her live
I am that girl who once wanted to give her love away to you
I am that girl who once thought you was her everything


Comments about X Yes I Am That Girl X by Lisa Anderson

  • Rookie - 26 Points Fiona Davidson (11/29/2008 9:31:00 AM)

    Head up and never look down Lisa...move on...well written...thanks (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie Frances Warwick (11/29/2008 8:58:00 AM)

    Lisa, Albeit you are all of those things. Hold your head high...keep strong x

    Thanks for sharing this, it must be difficult for you x (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 29, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 25, 2009


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