The Perfect Kind Of Girl

The Perfect Kind Of Girl 

 

She sings aloud, with not a care.

Stands so tall, doesn't comb her hair.

 

Smile fixed in place, she's the brightest ray.

 

The sun could never rival. 

 

She struts all day, with so much to say.

Never falters, refuses to change.

 

Happy as can be, she's a candy much too sweet.

 

An ice cream cone could never rival.

 

She hears you out, never pouts.

Gives life her all, she will never fall.

 

A tank could never rival.

 

She hides no secrets, yours - she'll keep them. 

Laughing at the world, she's the perfect kind of girl.

 

I could never rival.

 

 

This poem is about: 
My family

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