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Teenage PregnancyCategory: Poetry
Tuesday, 1 January 2008
03:58:51 PM (GMT)
She is so young, highschool maybe? Now that stomach holds a baby. Your mind wanders "Look at that girl, she's so slutty." How could you say the, when she used to be a 'hottie'. You think poor of her as the girl but wheres the boy, his lies unfurl. It seems to always be her "She could have said no," you say, but that boy was strong, he made her that way. Who has to wear protection? Do you take your thoughts back? Cut the girl some slack. Don't stare hasn't your mother ever taught you it's rude? Staring now is just too crude. Her parents kicked her out, her peers just turn away, Her whole lifes screwed, not just today. But admire her love for this new life She keeps her baby through the strife. Now you know her life story, Do you still judge? I thought you wouldn't, how cynical of me. ♥ ♥ ♥ (c) acs june 07
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