Tales of a Teenage Girl by Favour Ugwumba

There was a girl
A teenage girl
She has all but changed
Her personality have changed
I should have known
How much she has grown
From tales to puberty
Being herself is just a duty
Life is what she makes it
There ain’t any need to fake it
The tears in her eyes
As she will realize
That life is not what it is
There are more to it
And as she recalls her minor mistakes
Which breaks her heart
She walks through the rain
In a bid to forget had pain.
She wants to leave familiar places
To meet new faces.
What can she do?
Where will she go?
It’s just another tale
Which she tells.

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