Perfectly Flawed

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Oh how much i love you
I wish you only knew
Id give my heart to you if
i could
I would change who i am
My Outter skin
My Exterior
My mask
that hides my delitcate core
warm and pure

I am not what you
think i am
just a pretty young women
but i am trapped inside myself
kicking and screaming
i want to break out
of this ugly shell
Only to love you and hold
you
Are the one that makes feel


Id give my heart to you if
i could
I would change who i am
My outter skin
My exterior
My mask
That hides me delicare core
warm and pure

I am not what you
think i am
My skin is not smooth
nor is it rough
To see the scars that mark me
The unsymetrical shame
that lies in my face
Yet you do not see
I am just a girl
with my flaws on my sleave

Submitted: Monday, November 30, 2009
Edited: Monday, November 30, 2009
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