In every flaw, a story lies,
Imperfections make us wise.
A scar, a dent, a bend in time,
They make us true, they make us prime.
No one’s flawless, that’s quite clear,
But imperfections hold us near.
They show our journey, make us grow,
They’re the depth that others know.
So hold your flaws, don’t push them down,
They’re your jewel, your golden crown.
In imperfections, beauty’s found,
A richness that’s truly profound.

Imperfections make you who you are,
It's how your seen, it's how your known,
So you're not just another common star.
You shine unique for all to see.
So stand with me stand tall and see,
That your imperfections are loved,
Let your flaws be free.

  • Authors: ~Melanie.Lobrigo (Pseudonym), M.C. Vollmann
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  • Published: April 19th, 2024 14:51
  • Limit: 6 stanzas
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  • Category: Humor
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