Perfect - Poem by Clairabella Shoens
You constantly worry about yourself
You curl, straighten, blow dry, and dye your hair
You wear lip stick, concealor, eye shadow, eye liner, and mascara
You eat less and less as the days go by.
You complain about your height or body type
You pierce your ears, eyebrows, noses, and lips
You tattoo your wrists, arms, ankles, legs, and backs.
You wear shirts, hoodies, and jeans that make you look supposibly 'beautiful'.
You talk, and act differently
You wear necklaces, braclets, and earrings that aren't you
You think that you aren't even remotley close to being perfect
You ARE pefrect!
God is the only one whose opinion matters
You are just like he wanted you to be
Your personality, and qualities make you unique.
No matter if you are skinny, chubby, curvy, tall, or short,
God knew just what he was doing when he created you because you are
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