Chews to be Modest
I added a pack of gum with “chews to be modest at the bottom of this poem!
How I appear to others rests entirely on me,
Whether good or bad, clean or not, whatever they may see,
By always dressing modestly, I’ll show the world that I
Have self-respect and self-esteem and hold my head up high.
It’s hard to shun the trendy clothes that those around me wear,
But I make Father proud of me when I dress like I care.
My parents and my teachers say that clothes are like a sign,
My clothing tells the world what I would have them think*s inside.
The clothes I wear around each day should show the best of me.
I’ll show I’m trying hard to be the girl that I should be.
Poem by Amy Lincoln
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