Heres A Little Secret For You - Poem by juliet sinclarie
I right good stuff when I'm a train wreck.
High school seems too define everything right? Well I've been called the skank. The nerd. The emo. The attention seeker. The flirt. The ugly.
The fat. Someone everyone liked too bully, I was only ever liked for half a second of the years I went. But this is what I think of high school, it changes everything. People get caught up in the rumors and the scandals, and in the end you hardly make it out alive. the girls are apparently known for the things they do on the mattress even if there virgins, people change simply because they think popularity is something that completely defines happiness, well it doesn't. everyone stabs knifed in your back. And what's with the labels?
People are allowed too be depressed, it doesn't make them an outsider. And too like someone of the same sex, should never be shamed upon. And being fat is not embarrassing. And broken hearts do kill, were not sooks, were just trying too make it threw the days and night while our chest feels like its about too explode, hidden self harm, isn't attention seeking, it's in need of attention. Age is just a number, if they love each other, shut up!
Fighting with your parents over a party isn't worth it, a year later you won't even remember the party, but you'll remember breaking your mums heart. Girls can chase boys too, it's not just the other way around. Lollipops can still be 'Cooler' than drugs. A kiss should mean something. Having a baby at 16 is brave not 'embarrassing' so thanks for high school, I barely made it out alive but you made me realize, what I will never be, and how ridicules trying too fit in is, because no one will ever be perfect.
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