Natasha Ramsey


The Big Girl Anthem


I'm a Big Girl
Yes, it's true
I still run cirlcles all round you
I have big legs and big thighs
Yes, they're pretty
just like my eyes.
I'm a Big Girl
And I 'm true blue
You Skinny girls have no clue
Like Tarra Simmons
and all the rest
Wish they had
My
Cur-va-ceous
Chest.
I'm a Big Girl
and don't you know it
Don't hate on me
Cause I ain't afraid to show it.
I'm a Big Girl
Yep, That's me
Big, Bad, Beautiful and Free.

July 19,2005 Orangeburg, South Carolina

Submitted: Friday, September 23, 2005
Edited: Saturday, May 22, 2010

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  • Jody Pantiga (2/28/2007 12:09:00 PM)

    This was an awesome accepting poem for the larger women. It is nice to see someoen exalting in their curves and not bowing down to the skinny ideal... Awesome poem thanks for sharing.
    ~Jody (Report) Reply

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