Sad Gurl... - Poem by Marissa Dunken
I look in the mirror and see a sad girl.
A girl that has taken so much pain.
I also see someone who has flaws.
They stick out like a sore thumb.
Tattoos here and there,
Piercings catch your eyes.
Pull them in and spit you out.
That taste nasty.
Stepped on, and thrown around.
You think she is a criminal, and needs to be thrown in jail.
Well you know nothing about her.
She was always alone,
no one to turn to for comfort...
So much more has gone on for this girl to be sad.
But what you don't know is tha she wears her heart on her sleeve.
She expresses herself through tattoos, piercings, poetry.
Everyone judges by the cover, They don't take the time to discover what is at heart.
This sad girl is me.
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