Treasure Island

Cassidy Fohs

Skinny Girl's Letter

In rehab she did not stay
Instead she choose to go away
She talked to me before she went
To her old room and my new room I was sent
Left on my bed
Was a note that said
As you can see
We both have problems you and me
They say were not strong
But we both know they're wrong
We're strong but not in the right way
Use your strength to be better each day
I know food is hard to bare
I hope from starving you stay clear
You see this tiny space
You don't belong in this place
Use your strength to become great
Get the help you need before it's to late
Take it from someone who's been
Here time and time again
Also don't you dare hurl
Sincerely Skinny Girl
P.S to starve yourself you might get the urge
But don't you dare purge
I have a feeling you'll get something out of this stay
I think you're going to be okay

Submitted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
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