Being Myself Poem by Concetta Salter

Being Myself

Rating: 5.0


I’m not afraid to speak my mind.
Or share my every thought.
I’m not afraid, and will not hide.
No matter what the cost.

At first I was a little girl,
Who did not understand.
That no one else could rule my world,
Or change the way I am.

Why should I pretend to be,
A girl I know I’m not?
Why can’t no one ever see,
The insides worth a shot.

Judging by the outer looks,
Will never let you see,
All the things you really should.
The outsides just a screen.

I’ll be the girl who sits alone,
Without a single friend.
Even though, at least I know,
I’m true, and don’t pretend.

I’ll wear the cloths I like the best,
And not the one’s approved.
Who cares if I’m not like the rest.
To me, myself, I’m true.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Mel Vincent Basconcillo 15 April 2009

u r not just true but you are amazing! !

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Ruchita Sharma 12 April 2009

amazing thot...gr8 idea...

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Aarif Ameen 08 April 2009

I’ll wear the cloths I like the best, And not the one’s approved. Who cares if I’m not like the rest. To me, myself, I’m true. Thats nice work i love it good luck 10 +

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Christine Kerr 06 April 2009

A beautiful poem that I fully agree with, Geeat flow, Way to go girl 10+++

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