Ellen Greene

Cool Girls - Poem by Ellen Greene

Cool Girls

Cool girls standing there
Laughing and twirling your hair
Standing near us with looks so mean
Whisper to friends, eyes have a gleam

Cool girls, prettiest clothes
Oohing and Ahhing at the color of your toes
Lip gloss so shiny, voices so whiny
Why can't you be nice to us?

Cool girls laughing with boys
Cool girls making all that noise
Cool girls getting hot dates
Cool girls meeting their mates

Cool girls spreading harsh lies
Cool girls rolling their eyes
Cool girls through a breakup
Cool girls wearing makeup

Cool girls walking away
Cool girls texting all day
Cool girls know that its true:
Nobody really likes you

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem is basically a statement about how the cool girls in school may think that they are above it all and better than everyone else but in reality no one actually likes them

Comments about Cool Girls by Ellen Greene

  • Calico Jack (4/23/2012 10:33:00 AM)

    The last three stanzas are just perfect. Great rhythm great rhyme, just plain great! You seem to really switch your tone and rhythm after the first two stanzas which is fine, but you might do well to wright another poem with them and dropp them from this poem, if only to improve the flow. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2012

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