What is a Girl to do?

What is a girl to doWhen my body is torn in two? What do you mean?Can’t you see he likes you too?Girl, you’re stupid, this boy loves youNah, he’s just tryna bust a nut in youOh shit, I forgot, my lady parts want him too So again, I ask What is a girl to doWhen […]

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If the walls could talk

If the walls could talk They would tell stories Of my dirty little secrets Subjecting me to judgement For my vices If the walls could talk They would shed light On my negative traits Bearing my weaknesses in the open Breaking me down in embarrassment If the walls could talk They would reveal My unstable […]

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My body’s form of communication Advising me to take precaution In a given situation So I don’t make a bad decision Without laying the proper foundation So I succumb to the invasion Giving my body full permission To make its interjection While I pay close attention To my body’s transformation As it’s sending me information […]

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Blind Trust

The ground beneath my feet, I trust With my balance and gravity support Though I’ve tripped and fell before The eyes through which I see, I trust To open and close, bringing me to sleep and back Though the outcome is out of my control The oxygen I breathe, I trust To flow in and […]

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