Inside (Poem)

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is a poem about whats important - the person within.

Submitted: June 15, 2008

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Submitted: June 15, 2008

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Inside
What gives you the right to slander my name?
Or by the way I look, judge who I am?
They say sticks and stones can break bones,
but harsh words hurt me too.
Like a thousand daggers picking at my flesh,
untill theres nothing left.
You discriminate,
your words full of hate,
but I will stay strong,
because I know that your wrong.
Having spots doesn't make me ugly,
for I may resemble a catterpillar,
but Inside,
is a beautiful butterfly,
soaring high,
but still learning to fly.
Being 'fat' doesn't stop me,
for my brain is just as big as my bum,
and my brain can use words,
in a nice way.
My words make people laugh,
my words don't make people cry,
your jealousy,
is your poison,
it knaws at your soul,
untill you have nothing left.
But my soul is larger than life itself,
for Inside I am beautiful.


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