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I'm Lesbian Poem

I am a teenaged girl named Samantha. I've been lesbian since I was born. Well I found out in 5th grade when I kissed this girl I liked. We've been together ever since now I'm in 7th grade. Hope you enjoy my poem! :)

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I'm 35 and married with 3 kids. I'm an MA at a doctor's office. I started this new job 1 year ago. My boss is a lesbian, my supervisor is a lesbian, and the RN is a lesbian. I never knew I...

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I Love A Girl!


Published: December 2011

I am a teenage girl that feels for the same,
I known her forever and I love her name.
She is not just beautiful she is very nice,
And I love it when she looks into my eyes.

I am a girl that loves another girl,
When I'm around her I'm in another world.
the way she smiles even her sweet laugh,
I wish she was my girlfriend oh
I think I've gone mad.

I am a girl that loves the same sex,
Her kisses and hugs and how she pecks.
I can't help but lean and kiss.
But sadly I miss.

I try again one last time,
just to see if she'll be mine.
I do it right and I don't miss,
She says she wants one more kiss,
We do it again,
This time trying not to end.

I am a girl going out with a girl,
She says she'll give lesbian love a whirl.
After all these years hiding my real self,
Telling the truth is now my health.

I am Lesbian girl...!
And I'm proud of it...!



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  • Dana by Dana
  • 2 years ago

I'm 35 and married with 3 kids. I'm an MA at a doctor's office. I started this new job 1 year ago. My boss is a lesbian, my supervisor is a lesbian, and the RN is a lesbian. I never knew I would ever have feelings for a girl. The RN at my job is so amazing, beautiful, intelligent, and the list goes on. I don't know how it all started, but it did. I'm not with my husband anymore, but my fear is my kids. I have a 14 year old daughter, a 12 year old son, and a 10 year old daughter. As you can see, they are now in a very tough age. They love their daddy. I have suffered enough with men, and they know this. My oldest tells me I should be single for ever. I'm thinking she does not want to see me suffer anymore. But I just don't know how to tell my kids. I'm also very attached to my family. Don't know how they would react, either.

  • Keabetswe by Keabetswe
  • 2 years ago

Living your life for who you are and being happy is one thing that is good for a person like us. I am a lesbian, and I'm proud of who I am, but my parents are against the fact that I'm lesbian.

  • Destinee by Destinee
  • 3 years ago

I'm like one of you, so don't judge me because of my sexuality. Because it's my choice, not yours! I don't care what you think, I don't care at all. If you got a problem, deal with it.

  • Nicole by Nicole
  • 3 years ago

I realized I should stop this feeling inside of me. I realized what will happen to me should I ever act on it. The feeling I have goes unlike anything I've ever felt. I realized I am a lesbian. I questioned God for so many years, but who I am today doesn't question anymore. You see, I realized my happiness needs to come first, despite what my Christian mother would say of her disgusting daughter. I cried. Nights of crying, nights of saying sorry for who I am. Noo girl, what are you doing to yourself? Just be you. Don't let this harsh world crash you. Don't let angry people make you feel bad for who you are. I choose to life, my life. Live your life, people. Live your life!

  • 3 years ago

Why do people always judge others about what they are instead of rejoicing with them and showing them support?

  • Vimbai by Vimbai
  • 4 years ago

I am a well raised child from a God fearing home. I don't know how to tell them that I am a Lesbian. I had this feeling since I was in high school. I am now staying in another country not only because I fear that my family will find out but I'm also afraid of the law as it is a crime in our country. I'm finding it hard to fit in the least, I need right now is the support from my family. How am I going to tell them please help

  • Unknown by Unknown
  • 2 years ago

I was raised in a Christian home, too. I had to go to church every Sunday, and I fell in love with a girl. I didn't know how to tell my dad because I knew he would judge. I decided that he had to know because we were in love. At the beginning, my dad was really upset and didn't like the idea. We didn't even talk to each other, but after he realized that I am not giving up on the girl I love, he started to come around. For my dad, he loved me enough to accept that I love this girl and allows me my freedom to be with her and try to build a relationship with her so that he doesn't lose me.

  • Jess by Jess
  • 3 years ago

I know how you feel... I'm bisexual and come from a extremely Christian family. I am scared to show them the real me. The me that curses and falls in love with a girl even the part of me that doesn't want to go to church because if I said I didn't wanna go to church anymore I know they'd be suspicious and wonder why. I don't know what to do it's killing me inside having no one I can talk to about it but I'm scared of what would happen if I told.

  • Cathryn A. Roach by Cathryn A. Roach, Safford, AZ
  • 4 years ago

I can so feel her!!! I have a girlfriend and I love her more than anything!!! She's amazing and better then the guys I've dated. Oh yeah, and I'm bisexual. My parents don't approve.

  • Dusty by Dusty
  • 6 years ago

I am in love with this one girl. She is beautiful and smart and talented. Problem is she's straight and I don't know how to tell her. She keeps telling me I need to find a boyfriend and I keep telling her that I don't like the boys around here. I have no idea how to tell her I'm a lesbian.

  • Skylar by Skylar, Us
  • 5 years ago

Dusty...I was the same way. I loved a girl that was straight. And I told her straight up. Haha no pun intended...
She said she loved me as a friend but she didn't like girls that way...
It hurt but we're still really good friends and I still feel for her. So if you really like this girl and she's a true friend to you, she'll always be there just like my Alexis is for me. Take a chance or one day you'll regret it and wonder "What if?"
So just come out with it. Be forward with her, tell her the truth. Be open. You never know what will happen but the chance is worth it...

  • Tonya by Tonya, SC
  • 6 years ago

I'm a married woman with three kids.
I always had this feeling inside something was missing. Until my husband and I broke up and I met a girl. We went out clubbing one night came home and made love. I woke up next morning feeling like I found what was missing. Now my husband and I are back together, and I was talking to my best friend and told her what happened when I was away and she and I started talking about being together one thing is, we both are married to men. I want her and I to be together I feel I am a lesbian but scared to tell my husband and I love this girl with all my heart.

  • Alicia by Alicia
  • 3 years ago

I totally feel your pain! I am also married and in total love with this woman. The hard part is she's not just any woman, she's my employee. She is well aware of my feelings because I've told her. We kissed at work one night, and now I'm in super deep. She's all I think about 24/7. I want to be with her all of the time, but I'm not exactly sure where her feelings stand. She's a huge flirt and that just messes with me and makes me want her more.

  • Samantha Juarez by Samantha Juarez Poet
  • 7 years ago

@EmilyAllen Its best too tell this girl how you really feel believe me its so much better too let your feelings out!!!!(: And if it doesn't work out than you always have me c; lol
Samantha Juarez

  • Emily Allen by Emily Allen, Memphis
  • 8 years ago

I can definitely relate to this...I have a crush on this one girl but I don't think she likes me back. She's my best friend and she's bi like me but I don't think she's likes me the way I do her...what should I do?

  • Moonka by Moonka
  • 4 years ago

Tell her you're into her! Trust me I told my best friend after hiding it for 2 years and once I told her all the stress was lifted. She felt the same. The first kiss was amazing: butterflies, fireworks, nothing like I've ever felt for a guy . March 25 we made a year and March 26 is her birthday.

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