Date The Girl Who Has Her Shit Together


Date the girl who knows where she’s going.

And wants to take you with her.

Date the girl who has dreams a little too big.

And the belief that she can achieve it.

Date the girl who is honest even if it makes her look bad.

Who is vulnerable and isn’t afraid of it.

Who is unapologetically authentic.

Date the girl who doesn’t need you to take care of her.

The girl who works her ass off but also knows when and how to have a good time.

Date the girl you don’t want to hurt.

The one you hate disappointing.

The one you’d do anything for if you could.

Date the girl who makes you forget about every other one.

Date the girl you’d be proud to bring home to your parents.

The one who believes in you even if you don’t see yourself that way.

Date the girl who makes you smile every time she walks into a room.

And makes you feel like it’s just the two of you there.

Date the girl who makes you laugh.

But can also laugh at herself.

Date the girl who is independent.

But chooses you anyway because she wants you, not needs you.

Date the girl you can picture having a future with.

The one who is different and isn’t afraid to be herself.

The girl who might not be your type.

Date the girl who is nice.

The girl who challenges you.

The one who makes you see things in a different light.

Date the girl who is willing to make sacrifices to be with you.

And would do anything to make it work.

Date the girl who accepts your flaws.

But more than that, doesn’t see any to begin with.

Date the girl who makes you want to take risks in life.

The one who will tell you to go somewhere or do something.

The one who will hold your hand and give you that push if you need it.

Date the girl you can see yourself falling in love with.

Even if you aren’t ready.

Take a chance on her.

Date the girl who accepts your past.

Because she believes in a future together.

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Kirsten Corley

Kirsten is the author of But Before You Leave, a book of poetry about the experiences we struggle to put into words.


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