Little girls are the biggest badasses out there. From "shook" toddler Mila to Allison Kimmey's body-positive daughter, little girls are proving that intelligence doesn't depend on age.

Case in point: an anonymous third grader who penned this generation's great American novel.

The essay, titled "The True Feminine," starts off by decimating a popular phrase used to describe little girls: "sugar, spice, and everything nice."

The girl continued her argument, saying she's so much more: 

"I am music. I am art. I am a church bell, gonging out wrongs and rights and normal nights."

I'm not crying, you're crying.

"I was [sic] baby," the girl continued. "I am child. I will be mother."

The most important part, though, is how she views her own beauty as only an aspect of her overall worth, not the entirety.

"I don't mind being considered beautiful, I do not allow that to be my definition," she wrote. 

"I am a rich pie with strong knowledge. I will not be eaten."


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BRB, printing this out and handing it out to all my friends.

All the rich pies on Twitter went HAM.

This little girl will be president I AM CALLING IT.

True rich pies are sometimes made from lesser pastries.

Even Pop-Tarts aspire to be something greater.

The pie is inspiring tattoos.

Same, TBH.

Even Drake concurs.

This little girl is the hero we need, the hero we only sometimes deserve.

Some argued that this was clearly written by the true queen of Westeros, Lyanna Mormont.

Would anyone really be surprised if it was, though?

This precious bean/pie needs to come forward, ASAP.

Rich Pie for ruler of the free world. Who's with me?