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  237.     

Why I Look At Girls

I look at girls as an act of escapism
while reading books at Barnes & Noble
on the death of poetry. I look at girls
because I think Darryl Hannah was perfect
in the role of a cave woman.
I look at girls especially when I have my beer
goggles on. I look at girls for ideological reasons
I have yet to ponder. I look at girls
when Baywatch isn't on.
I look at girls left exposed by the fall
of the "Iron Curtain" & I look
jealously at the half-a-billion comrades
lusting after Chairman Mao behind the Great China Wall,
but most of all, I look at girls as I am an agent
for the CIA. I look at girls who check out other men.
I look at girls who lust after girls. I look at girls though
sometimes I am frightened to death after
taking my beer goggles off. I look at girls
for intellectual reasons, correlating Marxism,
gender, & Colonialism from Mary Wollstonecraft
to Jamaica Kincaid. I look at girls despite
the fact that Molly Ringwald can't act. I look
at girls based on the recommendation of my therapist
who says I need to break out of my shyness
maybe next year. I look at girls ever since I dated
an American Gladiator known in the business as "Ice"
who likes to beat people up. I look at girls
to get back at City Hall for closing down
PeepWorld. I look at girls who return my glance
because I am a sensitive, considerate man.
I look at girls in Hollywood
even if they're on Heidi Fleiss' payroll.
I look at girls who study the paintings of
Van Gogh, Bonnard, Matisse,
and some other famous guys I can only remember
with the help of a Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art
brochure. I look at girls who read Rousseau,
Locke, and Rawls and then again, I look at girls who
aren't cross-eyed after reading Rawls, Locke,
& Rousseau. I look at girls when no one
else looks at them because I am a sensitive, considerate
man. I look at girls who aren't really girls,
but never for more than a second
& never twice. I look at girls on film.
I look at girls who grow older.
 
Christian Langworthy

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  238.     

I Am A Soldier's Girl

I am a girl who waits for days, weeks, months
and even years just for a single kiss.

I am a girl who cries
at his every goodbye.

I am a girl who rejoices
at his every return.

I am a girl who cuts my classes
just to be with him in few hours.

I am a girl who prays every night
for his safety and security.

I am a girl who cherishes
his every touch and caress.

I am a girl who treasures
his every tender kiss.

I am a girl who savors the smell
of his perfume and sweatshirt.

I am a girl who cries every night
because missing him hurts so bad.

I am a girl who walks alone on the street
because my man isn't here to hold my hand.

I am a girl who hates to hear lovesongs
because I couldn't help myself but cry.

I am a girl who stares at my phone
all day long waiting for his call.

I am a girl who dismisses my tasks
just to answer my phone when he calls.

I am a girl who has a big smile
when my phone beeps and I got his message.

I am a girl who stays at the rooftop every night
unwinding myself from sadness.

I am a girl who kisses the wind
wishing it could bring my kiss to him.

I am a girl who holds his photos
until I sleep and wake up the next morning.

I am a girl who defies distance
for the man I truly love.

I am a girl who patienlty waiting
for my soldier to come home.

I am a military girlfriend
who is deeply inlove with my soldier.

©2009 CONICONZ
 
Connie Tallada

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  239.     

Ghost Girl

Ghost girls don't cry,
ghost girls don't hurt,
this is a ghost town
and I'm a ghost girl.
I've tried, I've really tried,
but in trying I've faded away,
in trying I've died.
It's easier to see,
it's easier to be
through ghost girl eyes.

Ghost girls don't cry,
ghost girls don't feel,
I can survive
because this pain isn't real
I can survive
as a ghost girl.

You see her on the swing,
always facing East
her hair blows in the wind
around her empty face
she'll look back at you
ghost girls aren't afraid.

She'll always walk by,
she'll always walk away,
ghost girls don't cry,
ghost girls don't feel pain
a thousand ghost girls have died
on a thousand ghost swings
but she's the only ghost girl around there
and she can't seem to get away.
Does the ghost town need a ghost girl
to try to save it?
She drops a track in the back of a truck,
a last attempt to save someone,
who says ghost girls can't feel love?
Who says ghost girls don't know the truth?
Oh, she wishes she was really dead,
but what good would that do?

Yes, it's easier to see through ghost girl eyes,
when you have to stay alive
it's easier to hear with ghost girl ears
because ghost girls don't feel fear
and ghost girls don't cry.
 
Kelly Zion

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  240.     

Mirror

Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one trying to look pretty,
The one that's trying to hide the guilt and pain,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one that can't even look at herself any longer,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one that heart seems to break over and over again
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one that used to have that spark in her eyes,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one that used to have so many opportunities,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one that feels like she has to be the best,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one that can never fail or let anyone down
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one that can't say no to anyone,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one that life never gave any hand me outs to,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one who always gets kicked down just to crawl back up,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one who puts on a front to try to seem strong and unbreakable
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one that no one truly could ever love,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one whose soul is haunted by someone’s memory,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one who blinks and realizes that she is unmasked for the very first time,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one who wishes it could stay like this,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one who swipes her hand across the glass,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one who doesn't recognize herself anymore,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one who finally woke up and realized something new,
Who’s that girl in the mirror?
The one who speaks out loud,
It's me,
Now who are you?
 
Tiff Murphy

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