I am stronger.
I am taller.
I am the one with the cocoa butter skin.
I am the one that kids use to make fun of when the lights went off in the classroom.
I am the one that smiled despite the darkness ,
because I knew that my pearly whites would shine regardless.
I am the one that sat in the back of the classroom because I didn't want kids staring at me.
Now I am no longer she
She may remain at peace,
Buried at the back of the classroom where silence is because noone would speak.
I am not she.
She lays asleep.
For an eternity never to be awaken, not even by the littlest of a peep.