Tarra Pyne

Rookie (4th-March-1997 / Sydney Nova-Scotia Canada)

Mirror On The Wall Poem by Tarra Pyne

You're not pretty enough,
Inside and out you're bitter and rough.
That's what the mirror says.
You're never going to be thin,
With a round face and small chin.
That's what the mirror says.
Look at the fat and large shoulders,
Not to mention 'the over the shoulder bolder holders',
That's what the mirror says.
But mirror, mirror on the wall,
I might not be thin and tall,
But beauty comes from within,
Not from my body nor my chin.

Submitted: Sunday, July 1, 2012
Edited: Monday, July 2, 2012
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Fuck society. love me for me, not what I look like.

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