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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
The egotistic mind often blinds our sight to see us and other around us for who we/they truly are.

Submitted: April 19, 2011

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Her name pops up on my facebook screen,

just another teen trying to fit the scene.

At seventeen, she had it all

walking through the halls with no recalls.

Compliments sheltering her left to right

despite her insights, she remained polite.

Devouring her ego like a patient in chemo,

puzzled, troubled by my difference

she stopped and stared,

knowing I didn’t care.

She possessed an amplitude

of no good attitudes.

She’s just another figurine on my facebook screen

between me and her, things were just obscene

she constantly wonders why we don’t conversate.

But miss, let me tell you this…

Your egotistic mind got you intertwined

reality and fantasy became unclear.

Adhere from me as a fellow peer,

the frontier scene isn’t what it appears.

You feast upon the many compliments

but really, you’re not that astonishing.

so let me conclude, not to intrude

but your egotistic mind needs to be redefined.


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