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There was once a girl,
full of big dreams and hope,
but the universe said:
“Give her more than she can cope.”

Then there was a girl,
with her quiet disposition,
and the universe said:
“You are lacking ambition.”

There was once a girl,
always happy and bright,
but the universe said:
“We need to dim the light.”

Then there was a girl,
retreated into the dark.
and the universe said:
“She has lost her spark.”

There was once a girl,
she was kind and trusting,
but the universe said:
“I think she needs adjusting.”

Then there was a girl,
the walls she built so high,
and the universe said:
“Alone is how you’ll die.”

There was once a girl,
comfortable in her own skin,
but the universe said:
“You must always be thin.”

Then there was a girl,
she never ate in school,
and the universe said:
“You’ll still never be cool.”

There was once a girl,
she was not afraid to feel,
but the universe said:
“Let’s make her hard as steel.”

Then there was a girl,
void of expression,
and the universe said:
“You have depression.”

Now just exists a girl,
a shell of her former self,
for the universe had said:
“Make her hate herself.”