Amber Lyn Charneski

Rookie (19 July 1990 / Black River Falls, Wisconsin)

Not So Stereotypical - Poem by Amber Lyn Charneski

NO! Stereotypes will never really fit me right
On my way to finally be set free
There is no one around to say differently

Sister stop slapping your labels on me
Only I can say who I'm gonna be

Stop talking cause i stopped listening
Those useless words you used to bring me down
Everyday they're losing their grip on me
Redundent labels are rolling down off my back
Even though you try you'll never get me to be a stereotype
Only I can say who exactly I'm gonna be
That is why I'm never stuck stereotypically
You should have known that your labels wouldn't stick
Please pick them up cause they are your mess
I can't believe you didn't see this coming
Come out you foolish girl and look in the mirror
All your labels some how stick right to you
Look at sis now your stuck so stereotypically

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 14, 2008

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