Little Lolita, What Has The Media Done To You?

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
One of the possible effects of the media.

Submitted: November 11, 2007

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Puke up your pain
Starve yourself pretty
Don't cry, baby
Your mascara can't withstand the tears
Your age is determined by how you look, not your years
So cake on the expensive make-up
Avoid looking in the mirror
Because what you see may be disturbing
Size 2 is the new size 20
Puke it up, my dear
Drown your pain with drinks that burn
Your throat when they go down
Suffocate your bad memories with pills
Don't you dare make a sound
All that matters is you stay beautiful
Blonde, and profoundly innocent
Keep with your own crowd
The bathroom is your battlefield
Avoid that scale, dodge the mirror!
Slit your dainty wrists beneath the running water
Quick, quick, before your father
Can feed his less than gentle desires
Maybe one day, you'll slip under eighty pounds
And maybe one day, you'll slit your wrists too far
Maybe one day, you'll overdose so gracefully
That you will die
But at least you're pretty


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