I Am Not Ready To Be Yet Another Girl.


I am not ready to be yet another girl
With high hopes and no history to turn.

I am not ready to be a tomboy,
Because I hate it when
The spotlight falls on my personalized style.

I am not ready to be a feminist.
I have to find women to stand for them.

I am not ready to be a slut.
I can paint my walls black,
Rather than being an extract of men's desires' fulfillment.

I am not ready to be a socializer,
Society doesn't accept when a girl opens up.

I am not ready to be a careful woman,
Because I haven't found men
Who are rich at sensibility and strength.

I am not ready to be yet another girl
Who found the world
In the haste of finding hers.

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