Mean Girls are so Yesterday

Mean girls,
They would only make you cry
Mean girls,
They would only take away your smile
Oh mean girls,
They’ll only make you feel different
You know you’re you
That’s enough for you to be content.

Oh girl,
Don’t take their words to heart
You know who you are
And that, alone, is enough

Mean girls,
What did I ever do to you?
Who do you think you are?
Someday it might be you but when you turn around,
Your so called “friends” won’t have your back.

How can you make me feel so insecure?
No, you, yourself, have never been you.
How can you ever believe that they think like that too?

Those mean girls,
Don’t let them run your world
Those mean girls
Will only make you treat your friends as strangers.
They’ll make you feel like they’re perfect and you’re nothing
Don’t let it get to you now
Because you can be everything

How would they feel if those mean girls were in my place?
Would they put up a smile on their faces?
Will they get hurt and feel my pain?
Will they get laughed at and be ashamed?

Oh mean girls, what would they feel?
They’re making me turn my backs against my friends
And be one of them
But no, I’m staying with my friends
I’m staying as me
I won’t change.

Poem title: Mean girls
Poem source: Wattpad

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