Evey Vendetta


Simply Me - Poem by Evey Vendetta

long black hair hangs past my breasts
a black lipstick smile that hides so many lies
black eye shadowy brown eyes twinkle in the light

a body that is hated with one to many rolls
when i was 16 years old i had the body you couldn't resit
till a boy touched me and hurt me deep
didn't ask for my permission
just stuck it in

miss treated
and beated
raped
and hated

i never had a good guy
im not sure why
but seems all i can retract is assholes

i look at myself and what do i see
scars here and there and every where
my everyday struggle to hide

stretch marks across my belly
but they remind me of my baby
what i went through to keep her
because he didn't want her

im 5'2 and pushing 200 i tried a diet
i lost 10 all i want is to be slim again
the things i wish to wear that i cant
in this body

legs that are soft but stupidly turn in
i trip a lot over them
ankles that hide the love of my life's name
carved in with a razor and love

feet that are cute but flat
this is who i am
not perfect
but who is


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2013



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