I Am Me

All you do is bring me down.

You told me I am ugly, a slut, a loser, and a monster.

I am no longer the moster.

I have finally learned how to accept myself, even if others despite me.

Now, every flaw I have, I find it unique.

It's want make be myself.

It makes me special.

I have accepted my flaws.

From now on, I am a different person.

I won't be known as the shy girl you once knew.

Instead, I will be the outgoing girl who no longer has any regrets.

I made peace with my mistakes.

I, now, consider myself flawless.

Flawless from mistakes and regrets.

I don't have anything to regret.

I have a family that loves and supports me.

They taught me that flaws are apart of a person. 

It's what makes them unique.

I was a shriveled up flower that allowed everyone to step on me,

now everyone walks around me and admires who I really am.

I learned the steps to loving and accepting who I am.

Not what society make me, because 


Doesn't define me.

I define flawless...

Guide that inspired this poem: 


Grant-Grey Porter Hawk Guda

Powerful expression! 

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