Lola

Describing Lola

Lola

Small for her age

Old for her size

She runs

Skips

Dances

Like a child

Like an immature twenty three year old-

-That's what she is.

Her face

Small and pointy

Golden green eyes

The can see a mile away

Hair like a flame

Catching the sunlight

Wrapped up warm, yet has bare feet

She looks weak

Maybe she is

Intelligent, speedy and 

Still always a friend

Still easily scared-

-But not for long

She teaches herself how to be brave

So she can get it

Whatever hurt her brother

Who used to be 

Big

Strong

Tough

Now he is

Big

Strong

...but scared and limping

Lola dances

Sun bathes

Is safe

Her brother is safe

So she dances

Orange specks on her gown

sequins

jewels

stars

Even at wintere

She leaves foot prints in the snow

Never wearing shoes

She doesn't care

All she wants is-

For her brother

-revenge.

The End

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