My Dream - Poem by Phoenix Strezze
When I was little, I wanted to be a mommy, but heard being a mommy is too difficult.
I have to work hard and for a long time, and just think I can't do that.
I'm scared, I'm scared to fail.
And now I love to help people.
I want to be a theropist.
I know that I have to go to college, but I'm scared, I'm scared to fail.
Because I heard it's too difficult and expensive.
I want to have a good boyfriend who will be my husband, but I'm scared, scared if he is just a liar.
Because I'm not beautuful.
I want to be brave
But I'm scared, scared people will laugh at me.
I hate to be like this.
I want to be free, free from this fear.
I don't know
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