all bodies are beautiful

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She's not thin, too chubby All those rolls in her arms, legs, belly She's not tall, she's minnie Not the smartest of the girlies Unloved and untouched, not mentally steady Push her around and make her feel like she isn't at all pretty Make her run
When they come you may never know for when they speak it will surly show creative minds and beautiful flow, dont underestimate what they bestow   Everyday they pass by one in love while the other cries
As you walk down the street Women, girls stop to Look you up and down To give you jealous looks And you can see in their faces That they are judging you How silly of them 
I fall into the chair, The sound of chattering surrounds me, A hair dryer blows, Snip, Snip, Snip,  
I may not be a size 2 or even a size 4 But I am still beautiful I will not let the mean things you say to me bring me down Body shaming is common in society today Just because we aren't the same size
I look in the mirror And hope it's not true. I look in the mirror And wish I was pretty like you. I look in the mirror But this time I wish I hadn't wept. I look in the mirror
Don't call me beautiful  Then shatter my hope Laugh at my hopes and dreams As if they were a joke Don't call me beautiful  Then ignore my existence  Call me up at late hours
society takes a toll on even the storngest sometimes even though my self esteem is high i cant help but to wonder if i still may not be good enough society makes me think its wrong to be plus sized  
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