Poem Quote #7060439
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The Girl at the end of the day who actually cares about the

The Girl
at the end of the day

who actually cares about the quiet girl

whose parents fight constantly

even after the divorce

who actually cares about the hungry girl

who goes home everyday not knowing whether or not she’s going to have a meal

even with the food stamps

who actually cares about the caring girl

who’s trying her hardest and best to keep her young siblings away from reality

even though she grew up too fast

who actually cares about the pretty girl

whose own mother calls her ugly, fat, a waste

even though she’s everything her mother wishes to be

who actually cares about the smart girl

who doesn’t have the motivation do her homework

even though she knows it all

who actually cares about the kind girl

who is afraid to go to school because she gets bullied

even though she’d rather not be home either


because at the end of the day

who actually cares about the quite, hungry, caring, pretty, smart, kind girl

dealing with

depression and anxiety

sleep paralysis and lucid dreams

with scars dancing across every inch of her skin

at the end of the day who gives a d@mn about the girl

4 Comments

trishafaye819 3 years ago
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Witty did this to my poem... I didn't look like this when I previewed it before publishing.
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trishafaye819 3 years ago
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It* not I.
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Raxin 3 years ago
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Looking at the code, I see extra stuff your other posts don't have. Did you paste it from Word or something? Maybe that's it. I've learned not to trust the preview in the editor. As soon as I submit it, I check all three widths: 1) 420 px wide on http://www.wittyprofiles.com/homeroom, 2) 602 px wide on the single-quote display (like when you click the comments button to open a quote), and 3) 682 px wide on any multiple-quote list (like new quotes or my quotes). If I don't like how it wraps, I immediately delete it and go back to the editor. I click the "load into editor" button for the most recent version and inspect the code. It's safe because it remembers your last 10 previews, so you won't lose your work when you delete your post.
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trishafaye819 3 years ago
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Thank you!! That helps a lot.
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