Little Girl - Poem by Brandi Vail
A little girl, they said.
A child, and a small one at that.
She’s a weak one.
We have no reason to fear her,
No reason to hide.
I laugh at their ignorance.
Yes, I may only be a child,
Said to be so small and weak.
But I deserve much more credit than they give me.
A sweet innocent little kid.
A small girl who can’t do a thing.
HA! That’s what THEY see.
But soon, they’ll all find out just what this little girl is capable of.
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