I Am A Girl
I Am A Girl1 min 227 1 min 227
I was made to quit glancing at the mirror
As culture discriminated my
Physique, equity, and pedagogy
I wonder what misstep I took as I born
They controlled my mind, my body, my future.
I felt like an erratic puppet made
In a factory
Suppressed near the rummage.
It tormented my soul
My eyes cried in red
My heart lent pain on every pulse
It was an abyss in the name of culture.
It has to be my death, I thought
But this life is to live once
It's not me that should be buried
But the so-called culture
I chose to break the culture
I saw my impression in the mirror
Ah! It was the morale
Where a girl can lead anything if
An opportunity is given.
I broke the chain that
attached me to the culture
Now I am a girl who is
chubby yet elegant
Modern yet ancient
Scholarly yet believer
Poet yet entrepreneur.