Mirror - Poem by Jaanvi Patel
You're not very pretty, but that's okay. Sometimes our bodies turn out in that model like way. You're teeth aren't pearly white, but in all reality they're not the ugliest sight. You're not that tall, but I sincerely don't think that's a problem at all. Society may hate you, but I think you're okay. Just remember don't listen to what they say. Your clothes aren't that cool, but at least you're not the one strutting around like some skimpy fool. Your nose isn't that straight, but hey, that's just fate. Everyone says to steer clear, but that's kind of impossible when looking into a mirror.
Topic(s) of this poem: acceptance
Form: Prose Poem
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