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Alliteration Girl Poems | Alliteration Poems About Girl

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FAT GIRL

Fat girl the one people love to hate,
the one everyone wants to have a look in her plate,
as she walks towards her deserted corner table,
in the school cafeteria,
where she found it a bit comfortable,
consoling herself with fried chicken,
since she lacked a criteria of being mean

Fat girl stands next to fatter people to look thin,
can walk past an ice cream vendor and gain a few pounds,
without being apologetic of how many gallons,
her stomach could handle at once,
she lost weight but nobody cared to notice,
fat girl thinks she's ugly,
because the world makes fun of her daily,
fat girl don't you worry,
come to Africa where the word 'fat' is a different story,
a place where booty is respected and appreciated,
as it is a trait in our heritage not artificial but naturally created
Big is beauty,original is splendid,
talk of class,elegance sand style she is a goddess of different trades
Big is beauty,with love from africa Sandra K

Copyright © Kaiga Sandra

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whats happening

the text i sent i love you sweetheart seems as just another failed attempt at opening her eyes to the ways of her actions altered her ways aren't as full as they were not as joyous or emotional but rather quiet, bleak, and sad using the pen for release instead of the blade is beginning to not be quiet as satisfying why cant i have her back why is this new person filling her shoes i don't want her i want my life back! give her to me! i need her! but it appears she is no longer here... never to be seen again for her physical self is alive and well but her MIND now that's different her mental state has changed died and come back as something else i cant find her i don't know where she is why cant i find her?! come back! please! please come back for i"am anything but found without you... please come back..

Copyright © Jayce Collazo

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She girl

She lives with friends.
She meets her loves.
She starts her work.
She sits as a dove.
She runs her life.
She's got all that.
But then she's found
Dead on the track.

Copyright © Marina Beaufort

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If I Were A Girl

If I were a girl, I would not 
be fooled with flowers,
I will not be tempted to 
trade my treasures for 
towers.
I will wake up each day 
wielding wells of wisdom,
and will never fail to fight 
for my feminine freedom.
I will go to bed each night 
kissing my kingdom
as I storm the stars and 
never bow to boredom.
If I were a girl, I will not 
flaunt my features for fun,
I will shun shadows and to 
the Rainbow I will run.
I will stand still in the awe 
of the silent stream,
and never get scared or 
scream in my dream.
I will get the mind and 
might of a mild mother,
so my future babies will 
never have to bother.
I will wax wonderful so I 
can become a worthy 
woman,
and make sure my 
soulmate is a marvelous 
man.
If I were a girl, I will not 
have a joule of jealousy
nor have my heart in the 
hall of hate and hypocrisy.

Copyright © Adeleke Adeite

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DON'T GET WILD LITTLE GIRL

Sweet sixteen - Save
You're young yet
Wild,worried,waiting
Don't deny dumb daughter
Feel free forever
Never know nothing
Men's mourning manly
Finding for fresh flesh
Be brisk!Behave!

Copyright © jun-jun villanueva

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Girl Girl Girl

Whether we wander wistful
whether we wander wise
we waltz wedding’s waltz; whenever
whatever weather
we’ll wriggle with wishful wives

Wind wispy willow
willy-nilly we’ll whirl 
we’ll widdle we’ll weave; whenever 
whatever weather
we'll waltz with wedding's wench

Well worthy we writers
who with words wrench









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