Poems About: GIRL
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133.A Changed Girl..
The girl who kept smiling all day is now the girl who cries silently
The girl who used to be cool and calm in every dan situation is now the girl who gets angry without any reason
The girl who never cared about other's opinion about her is not the girl who breaks down just by sily judgements
The girl who solved every problem with a smile on her face is now the girl who creates more unneeded problems by overthinking read more »nemat budhiraja
134.THE BROKEN-HEARTED GIRL......
The broken-hearted girl
..I do not want to be
The broken-hearted girl read more »CarolAnne Spalding
Little girl, little girl—
What will you give the orphans?
I will give them my love. read more »Moses Kainwo
This is for the people
never cared. read more »stacey joy
Go girl you're in the business world now;
you have a career, children, and a husband. You've come a long way girl—from woman suffrage.
You can be head of house girl—and
your man may be house-husband if you choose. Go Girl, Go Girl, Go Girl . . . You may be head of state hold any job of read more »Fay Poole
the sparkle in ur eyes
the smile on ur face read more »Josh Woods
Look at that girl,
'Oh, she's so pretty' they would say
If they only knew how awfully bad she had been
Her picture perfect life read more »Kat Dalton
I am a pretty girl who is blamed.
I am a frightened girl they don’t know I am.
I am a sad girl who cries at night behind close doors.
I am a distant girl who’s out of sight form the public eye. read more »Evevona Plummer
141.who to love?
should i love the girl who i already know?
or the girl who is newer in my life?
both are my close friends read more »new poet
142.Side A/Side B
Act like a stupid girl
Act like a stupid boy
I think I got a girl
I think I got a boy read more »maria sudibyo
One christmas eve night
a girl was sitting on the street
see this girl was homeless
at the young age of sixteen read more »Charity Buckley
Written by: Amanda Swindahl
Little girl with dark hair, and freckles. read more »Amanda Swindahl