Who am I?
I search for the answer in the souls of others
What I find is all too misleading
To men, I am nothing more than my curves
Something to lust after and grope
I am a pretty face with a tragic heart
With my heart as an obstacle and my face the target
Who am I?
If you ask my mother
I am a wonderful creature that can do no wrong
A light in the dark
A burst of magic in a dreary world
The sweetest pair of sunshine eyes
Her own little piece of happiness
Who am I though?
If you ask my sister
I’m a promiscuous being
A wild flirt turning chaos into adventure
I’m fun and free and full of life
A belly full of laughs
And a mind full of dreams
Still, who am I?
If you ask my husband
I’m a great mother and a caring wife
A sweet girl with a lost soul
Indecisive, lonely and scared
A hopeless romantic who’s forgotten how to love
Someone who can’t be trusted
But who am I?
If you ask me, I have no clue
I’m a wildfire consuming life in its path
I’m a daring fool with an open heart
The most selfish selfless person to walk this Earth
I’m a carefree, spirited lover
With an emptiness that has yet to be filled
Maybe now you don’t want to know me
But if you still do, good luck