October 5, 2008
By Stevenson Joy, Paris, IL

You think your fat you think your thin
But that's just how the war begins
Between your body between yourself
Either way you're hurting your health.

You look in the mirror what do you see???
O I see I see a huge figure staring back at me.

Your told you're not huge you're as thin as a rail
But you just think they are lies people tell.

You get smaller and smaller you make yourself sick.
But your so deep in that you just won't quit.

You starve yourself day in and day out
Now tell me what the hell that's all about.

It's not healthy fore you if you can't tell.
So just don't do it I promise I won't tell.

The author's comments:
This Is for the people with eating disorders i have personally never had one but i do know people who have had one and some still do its not hurting ne one but urself so with this poem in mind please think about the health risks that are involved!~

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gaby23 SILVER said...
on Aug. 29 2010 at 10:54 pm
gaby23 SILVER, Larkspur, California
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Favorite Quote:
"You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore."
~Christopher Columbus

I feel everything you said. I've lived day in and day out with my sickness, and your poem captured the cynical game it plays with you. Great writing, don't stop


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