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Will I ever lose the pounds I gained?

I’m drifting to isolation again

Confidence gained is now confidence lost

And I have but myself to blame the most

Spare me the sweet talk and tell me straight

That I’ve once again gained weight

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Eat Up

Be skinny

Be still and stay silent

Eat everthing with your eyes

Let none pass your mouth for fear of being called BIG

Mind everything that everyone says

So you will end up being eaten up by society’s idealism of a perfect body

I’m too fat again

I’m too skinny tomorrow

I will never be enough

I will never be just fine

I’m either too much or too little 

Not enough or an excess

I’m starting to fall again

Fall out of love of myself

How much more do you want from me?

I have nothing left!

To be skin and bones

And skin and bones!

To you I am just the sheel that you see
I have nothing more

I Will Lose

Shed those extra weight 

Remove all self hate

Driving oneself to the distance

It takes a lot of hard work, give yourself a chance

Don’t give up now, you’ve come a long way

Show them what you’re made of now insead of waiting for someday

Sweat it out and enjoy yourself

I go on and tell this to myself

No one will do it for me

And so I go at it, in the end we shall see

Slimming and slender and beautiful 

That’s what they often say

Fatter, chubby and heavy

Do I vhange to please them?

Or do I change for my own sake?

The line is thin

Where do I go? What do I do?

I keep on gaining but not shedding

Do I let this define me?

I’ve never been quite the thin one
Never quite the sexy babe
But I never wanted to be one
For my mind is stronger
I prefer to be loved by who I am
By how my crazy mind works
Not by my waistline
Or the number on the weighing scale

So I’ve never been the thin me
Because I am,the great me!

Skinny Jeans

She looks at the mirror
Not liking what she sees
If only she were thinner
She’d have men on their knees

She holds her breath
Sucks her stomach in
Doesn’t hold too long for fear of death
She looks at her own skin

She stops, breathes deep
Takes the one size bigger
It fits her fine, it’s the one she’ll keep
Because she’s happier even when she’s not one size thinner

Maria Michaela

Weight Less

I would like to be
Like those girls on TV
Strike a pose for the cover of a magazine
That would be wonderful, that would be something
To be called sexy, beautiful
No more of the fat and feeling awful
I know I could be more
If I could only be other than what I was before

Hal Was Lucky

She’s pretty

Because she’s skinny

She’s pretty, but

That’s what they say when she’s fat

People judge you

Social media dictates it

And we all fall into the trap

 

He’s handsome

Because he’s well-built

He’s handsome, but

That belly is too much for my taste

 

But a person is beautiful not because they are physically

They are beautiful because of how they treat people

If only we could see inner beauty first

Then all the drama of being a size zero would go away

Shallow Hal was given a gift

He was lucky enough to learn from it

 

You are beautiful

In every shape or size

Don’t let others tell you otherwise

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