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maddorani
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since 11-18-2007
Posts 419
houston,tx


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Mama mama
Why do I have
Black frizzy hair?

Honey,
you are just
Beautiful
In every way.

Mama mama
Why am I hairy?

You are not hairy
Look at other
People that are
Hairier than you
Sweetheart.

Mama mama
Why do I have
Different blotches
Of color on my skin?

Darling,
You are unique
in Your own way.
You are a
Special child
That god loves.

Mama mama
Why do kids
And people
Look at me
In a different way?
Why do they
Turn me away?

Donít worry about them.
You didnít do
Anything wrong.
Itís the heart that
Matters.
Mama mama
Why do kids think
Iím a lesbian?
Is it because
I barely talk to guys?

Donít listen to them!
You are my precious
Daughter.
Who cares what
Others think!
You donít need guys.

Mama mama
Why did people
Throw spitballs at me?
Is it because Iím
Abhorrent
And disgusting?

You are not disgusting.
You are pure and clean
Like an angel.
You have dignity
And sincerity.

Mama mama
Why do kids
Make fun of me?
Why do they bully me?
Is it because Iím different?
Is it because I look different?

Of course you are different
People donít have the
Same personality.
Yes, you do look different
People donít have the
Same appearances.
Mama mama
I canít take this anymore!
Everything overwhelms me!
The kids think Iím some kind of toy!
They pushed me against the lockers.
They kicked me against the stomach.
They wouldnít stop until I bleed.
It was just words.
Then it got violent.

Be strong you can fight it off.
Patience is the answer to everything.
Be valiant.
Stand up for yourself.

Mama mama
I want to die!
I canít take it anymore!
Help me!
I want to kill my self!
I want to cut my wrists
Until, I bleed to death!
What did I do wrong?
What did I ever do?
I tolerated it!
Now, I canít tolerate it anymore!
School is hell for me!
I really wish I was dead!

My baby donít say that!
What will I do without you!?
You are my precious little darling.
You canít think like this!
Iím your mother.
I will help you.
And you are right
You have tolerated enough.
We should move you to a school
That makes you happy.

Mama mama
Thank you!
I love you!
I can be free at last.
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Boomer Styles
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Illinois, USA


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They don't call them 'growing pains' because they're not. They're very real as you well know and managing them in ways that protect children is one of the best efforts a mother/father/parents can do. Nothing is more important than acclimating children into the cruelest ways of the world and somehow make it seem as a blessing. Love and guidance without end or condition.


...Boomer


One ladle serves the soup that feeds the mouths of the many. Is there one in your hand?

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