Joyleen Heneker

Rookie (16/april / Port Augusta/live in whyalla now)

Dont Want - Poem by Joyleen Heneker

I don’t want to be labeled
Don’t want to me judged
Don’t want to be ugly nor fat

Don’t want to have these things on my face
I want to be free of all this fat
And freed from my bad soul
I want to be pretty
I want to feel light
I don’t want to see this skin I wear

I can’t blame a mirror
The way it sees me
Least it don’t lie
It sees fat
Im lost in this life
Can’t be saved now
To far gone

My life is for skinny
I live for it
Why can’t anyone see?
That skinny is for me!

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 22, 2010

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