Plain Jane

She paints her nails blood red

For the someone that might notice

But it's a failed attempt

She could pass you by

And you wouldn't even look

She's just too plain to catch your eye

She paints her face with make up

And heads to the club you're

Heading to

You travel side by side

On the same street

Evey night, yet you give her no thought

Not even a passing glance

Or casual smile

She's just too plain to catch your eye

She scatters the papers shes holding

Yet no one bends down and helps her out

You just step on them as you enter your

Ever important board meeting

She's just too plain to catch your eye

But when she returns home

She feels optomisitc

A futile attempt to rid

This fear now feeling her heart

That she'll never meet anyone

She's just too plain to catch your eye

((Author Note: I just wrote this in like a few moments, but I rolled the first few lines over in my head and decided to put them in a poem))