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Naked Girl And Mirror

Rating: 4.5

This is not I. I had no body once-
only what served my need to laugh and run
and stare at stars and tentatively dance
on the fringe of foam and wave and sand and sun.
Eyes loved, hands reached for me, but I was gone
on my own currents, quicksilver, thistledown.
Can I be trapped at last in that soft face?

I stare at you in fear, dark brimming eyes.
Why do you watch me with that immoderate plea-

'Look under these curled lashes, recognize
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Kaylee 26 October 2018

Personally, I am completely convinced that this is a poem about a young person with body dysphoria

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yeahh 22 February 2018

transgender? transgender

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