Looking at My Mother's Daughter


6116 s. karlov ave chicago il
United States
41° 46' 54.1884" N, 87° 43' 32.2752" W

She's not tall and She's not Short.

She's not perfect, what did you expect?

She's simple and plain. She's also very

sensitive. Don't harm her, she'll break.

She cries behind her ex-boyfriend's back.

What did you expect, She's not perfect. She's

like any other person that you've met. She

tries to hide her face so that people won't

see her. Haven't you noticed she's not

perfect? When would be the day when you

notice my mother's daughter, not by how she

looks but for what she is?

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Writing a shallow, superficial poetry analysis is probably the most common mistake students make. Go beyond simply describing the story and the theme of the poem. Try to guess what message the author intended to bring across, what they really meant when using the description of natural phenomena or inanimate objects.

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