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Breanna Vest

Blaine Duggins 1988 (Colorado)

All these dudes point out your flaws
While they take their own and hide them
And then they try to act as if
There's nothing wrong inside them

No matter how it really goes
Your the one they always blame
And somehow they feel happy
As they cause you so much pain.

Like shaming you and hurting you
Makes them feel so tough
As you slowly fall apart
And feel your not enough

But Bree don't let them hurt you
Don't believe their words at all
Cuz they build them selves on lies
So their surely bound to fall

But bree your flaws are perfect
I wouldn't change a single one
Because the things they bitch about
Are what I think makes you fun

But the part I like the most
Is the scar thats on your knee
Although you don't seem to like it
It's my favorite thing to see

All those things you try to hide
Cuz you feel they make you week
Those things that make you different
Are what makes you so unique

So next time someone tells you
You've got problems that need fixed
Tell em your shoes are non slip
So you ain't Fallin for their shit

Then hold your head up proud and high
Then simply walk away
And listen as they gasp for air
But can't find shit to say

That's when they will finally realize
That they just pushed away the best
Cuz your sexy smart and perfect
There's no one like Breanna Vest.
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Written on June 19, 2022

Submitted by angeljayce13 on June 19, 2022

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Quick analysis:

Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 1,304
Words 278
Stanzas 10
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4

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