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Stand up girl and stand tall
You rise up now and show them all
That you are indeed a phoenix re-born
From your ashes when they thought you were gone!
All those faces which snickered in glee
To see you fall should now flee
For you are the fire and the power
You are back from the dead from deep under!
Nothing can stop you as you rise
Giving those bastards a nasty surprise!
They broke you and left you for dead
Not anticipating a come-back they would dread
They trampled upon you and pushed you down
But you are the lotus which will never drown
You will keep coming up no matter what
And rise to heights greater than you ever thought!
This poem is dedicated to every daughter out there. Stand up, be confident and show the world who you are!
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