Flawless skin,

Bright eyes,

A few inches taller,

Thicker thighs,

Fuller lips,

A different nose,

Rounder hips,

Pretty nails,

Small waist,

Bouncy curls,

Bigger breasts,

Than most girls,

I wish to be beautiful,

Not for men to desire me,

Not to prove anything to other girls,

But for him to see me the way he sees her.

I used to think I looked fine,

But now he got me questioning.

It's not about what other guys tell me,

I wish he would see my worth,

But it's not gonna happen,

Nothing I could do about it.

The realization hits me like a hurricane,

All these things,

They're all just wishes.


  • Author: F. (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: September 3rd, 2018 13:30
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 25
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  • Goldfinch60

    If he does not see you he is not worth it. When the right one comes to you you will know.

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