Poems About the Environment
Age crept up on me like a shadow slinking infrom an open window: light at first,
Black Girls, you are one with the earth Black Girls, they like to hit you where it hurts
Waking up to my truths - even the flaws are gorgeous
Yeah, feeling new again but different Same old & brand new new friends but different
Why am I here? I don't wanna be here All this yelling and abuse All this depression I have been through
I wanna be in sublime harmony With the birds, trees, flowers and bees
I am strong to be a brave women I am loved by friends and family I am very expressive about my feeling
When falls approaches, I feel the wind blowing blistfully on my face. The colorful leaves fall so gently from the trees.
I'm going to spread my wings someday I'm going to stop apologizing for wanting a life of my own
At 10, I thought I was big, And tall. At 11, I had a crush on my best friend.