Catherine Hendry

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Comfortable In My Skin Poem by Catherine Hendry


My beauty comes from within …

It shows through my smile, ever so bright,
It shows in my curves, ones I happen to like-
It is the depth of my character,
It is the strength of my morals-
It is my 5ft. of cuteness,
It is the way my hair curls …
It is my loyalty to those I love,
It is my faith in HIM above-
It is the honesty I command and demand
It is my confidence in being alone,
NOT lonely, Just because I don’t “have a man” …

My beauty comes from within …
And these are just ten reasons,
I will always shine, from the beginning to the end!

Submitted: Monday, March 03, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 05, 2014

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I had been awake for 4 days! Once I FINALLY fell asleep, I slept for 32 hours straight, and upon awakening the VERY FIRST THING I DID, was roll over and write this, I hadn't even sat up yet! The MIND is an amazing 'thing'

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