Lydia Etzler


Mirror


My nose is too large,
And my eyes are too near,
And I really can't stand,
The size of my ears.
My legs are too thick,
And my feet are too wide,
I just don't witness beauty,
On the outside.

Submitted: Friday, April 17, 2009
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