Mirror, Mirror On The Wall

Mirror, mirror on the wall who is worst of them all,

I promise I try to stand tall.

I know I'm ugly, I know im worthless,

My body alone makes me nervous.


You don't have to tell me how bad I am,

You don't have to pretend to give a damn.

My body betrays me everyday,

From my acne to my fat to my hair that never stays.


I'm short and I'm chubby,

And from their stares my arms have turned bloddy.

I fall down in front of them and feel their stares,

How much more of this can I bare.


I will never feel comfortable,

While I will forever and always be vunerable.

To their wicked taunts and mimics,

I will always walk away from endless critics.

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