Plastic Girls
by Melissa Martin

Plastic Girls

Wearing fashion labels
To buy popularity.

Prostituting equality
To buy acceptance.

Selling my soul
To buy cosmetic surgery.

Smiling with porcelain crowns
To buy attention.

Piercing my body parts
To buy uniqueness.

Eating fad diets
To buy thinness.

Reading from a script
To buy my identity.

Looking for a mall
To buy my self-image.

Melissa writes about the God and human connection and condition.

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