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The Perfect Family

This poem is about the struggles I face everyday with my seemingly perfect family.

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Your poem hit me inside I semi understand what you mean, but I think you should know imperfects are the most beautiful part about a person; including yourself.

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From The 12 Year Old Outcast

© more by Kenzie

Published: February 2008

My brother the A student/Perfect Athlete
Beautiful wife and children
Serving in the army
The one who calls me 'Kiddy'

My Father the big man
The Ex cop/charmer
The CEO of some big company
The one who scares me with his violence

My mother the trophy wife
The stereo typical stay at home mom
The hair stylists 'favorite'
The one who thinks she has the right to call herself my mother

The Me
Is Lucky to even get a C
Not fall on my face during gym
The shy girl in the corner which no one notices
The friendless one
The One who has tear stains on her cheeks
The one who can't AND refuses to be perfect like her family

In this family...there's no room for imperfection

Yet I'm still here...

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  • Jordan by Jordan, VA
  • 10 years ago

Your poem hit me inside I semi understand what you mean, but I think you should know imperfects are the most beautiful part about a person; including yourself.

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