Their Little Girl

Their Little Girl

A Poem by Mir

They were excited to find out,
that a baby was inside.
Growing and growing,
and filling with life. 

When she was born,
they smiled down at their little girl. 
Whispering their first words,
"You have the power to rule the world."

She grew up,
believing those words true.
She started school,
and didn't know what to do.

She quickly learned,
that the rules were different.
She didn't have the protection,
of her loving and caring parents.

They made fun of her,
and she didn't know why.
All their mean words, 
made her go home and cry.

Finally she understood,
they weren't going to quit.
So she decided to change, 
to be able to fit in. 

© 2013 Mir


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I like this :) your a good writer! this poem is so good you can even add a couple of verses if you feel like it^^ I wanna know what happens even further to the child ^^

Posted 11 Years Ago


I am so glad I decided to pop into Writer's Cafe for a quick minute before going to sleep. I just read this, and I can honestly say I am so impressed with you! You have improved so much! I feel like a proud mama! This was honestly so great. Great job, pumpkin pie!

Posted 11 Years Ago


Mir

11 Years Ago

Omylord!! Thank you so much! :') You have no idea how much that means to me!! :)
devon

11 Years Ago

You are so very welcome, doll!
Mir

11 Years Ago

It's funny, cuz I just had my mom read this, and she said, "not one of your best." haha I was like, .. read more

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