There Is A Girl Poem by Lisa French

There Is A Girl

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There is a girl
Who sits alone
She never talks
As she’s on her own
She sits in the corner
She tries to fade away
She doesn’t see colours
She only sees grey
She wears lots of clothes
To cover her cuts she has
No one wants to know her
‘The emo girl’ she’s known as
She cries out for help
But no one will see
What’s really hurting her
Why can’t she feel free
She comes off as different
Not like the rest
Most of it’s others judgments
Just by the way she is dressed
She’s just like any other
But down with some pain
Don’t just ignore her
Don’t make her insane

COMMENTS OF THE POEM

Late teens were my most dreaded years, but it gets better, I know. Believe me, I know.

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Shekhar Joshi 27 May 2009

ahh...u made yr readers feel sad for this gurl.I wished i could help her i wonder y most of yr poem r that dark...hope u rn't reflecting a personal sidein your poems

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