The life of a fat man

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
This poem is about the life and strong emotions of an overweight man and how he would like to get better.

Submitted: June 28, 2017

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He's hideous to many 
he's so
 heavy 
when he walks 
He could barley go
 two blocks  
Without sweating
While regretting 
Letting 
Himself go  
Every day is a fight 
Because his pants are so tight 
Wishing he was light 
He's got a frown on 
his face 
Because when looking down 
He can't see his own 
Shoe lace
And wishes that he diddn't take up so much space 
in the car 
And people could stop looking at him like he's bizzare
He gets home and brings
 himself to the couch
And sits like slouch  
And hears the springs 
Wishing it could him getting laid
But he know that's not the truth so his happiness fades
He gets to mcdonalds 
He's got his eyes
On that super size 
And stuffs hismelf with fries 
He feels bad about being this way 
So he cries 
But it's not a 
Suprise to him 
Because he know's his life has spiraled out of control 
Because he wants his soul to
 Feel whole again
So he sets a goal for himself  
  To get better
So one day he'll fit into that sweater that he loves so much. 


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