Treasure Island

Jennifer Foreman

(10/22/85 / Port Arthur)

A Full Figured Woman.....


A full figured woman
who is full of love
a woman who tries to fit in
and tries to show emotion
but can never do none of the above.

A full figured woman
who is full of peace
but no man wants to touch her
as if she's some type of disease.

A full figured woman
who puts her self down
who smiles in the crowd
who hurts her sense of worth
when no one's around.

A full figured woman
yes, thats me
i am all the woman i need to be
from the curl of my lips
to the curves in my hips.

Yes, i am a full figured woman
who is tired of being judged
but i will never be ashamed
for having more than one pudge!

Submitted: Sunday, March 20, 2005
Edited: Sunday, March 20, 2005

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  • Janice M Pickett (3/21/2005 2:41:00 PM)

    Gosh I like the reality of your writing. This is so true. They don't bother to look inside the soul or the heart. Just because you can't always fit into a size 10 doesn't make you any less attractive inside or out, than anyone else. Let me tell you..I wouldn't want to judged that way. A Ten again

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