The Cheerleader and the Lonely GirlThe Cheerleader and the lonely girl,The Cheerleader and the Lonely Girl by Yamiga
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You know them both very well.
Preppy, dark, loud and mysterious
Both have a story to tell.
You probably will assume,
Before reading this poem,
That the cheerleader is popular,
While the lonely girl is alone.
But what you don’t know,
About this over used story,
Is that the cheerleader is kind,
She doesn’t bask in her glory.
Did you know that she,
At the young age of five,
Was hit by her mother,
Every time she would cry.
Bruises and scars,
Riddled her skin,
Her large eyes would water,
And tears would stain her chin.
But she didn’t give up,
She remained strong and proud,
So that’s why when she cheers,
She excites the crowd.
She is the cheer captain,
The cream of the crop,
But don’t think without effort,
She made it to the top
And then there’s the lonely girl,
Who has a tight family.
Who has a mother and father,
A good form of stability.
But they don’t understand her,
They talk to her still,
But she ignores them
Deviant Art ModelShe wore her breasts like two large diamondsDeviant Art Model by Yamiga
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exposing them for all to see.
She'd strip down to nothing and pose for a picture,
she would smile for the attention she'd seek.
A bra and panties were what she called clothing,
striking immodest poses.
And despite those she offended with her vulgarity,
She'd claimed her photo's were 'resources'.
She was the girl who got all the attention,
for her body that she so disrespected,
she sold her images to public,
But when they called it 'porn', she grew offended.
One after one she'd block the users,
the artists who had enough,
She'd bend over again with a high quality camera,
she'd snap a picture of her butt.
Smiling at her success, she would laugh so casually,
as her work made the front page,
She didn't care that she was selling porn,
That some users were underage.
She claimed she was a model a beautiful girl,
on the outside that was true,
But on the inside she was quite shallow and empty,
A hallow girl quite anyone could see through.