the fat girl

August 7, 2010
By Chamora BRONZE, Oklahoma, Oklahoma
Chamora BRONZE, Oklahoma, Oklahoma
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oh snap


An invisible soul to people other than my kind
People always up in my face asking me why?
Why do I choose to remain being big
They say it as if I’m nearing the end
Deep down inside me I know that their right but apart of me puts up a fight
Everyone knows I’m over weight it isn’t hard to see
But I see myself as a beautiful individual who just wants to be
Beauty is something I never thought I had criticism about the way I look just makes me mad
You’ve never been in my shoes
So how can you judge me?
You’ll never feel the pain people like you cause to me
The words you just spoke to me affected me in such a significant way I can’t even begin to explain
The pain I endure everyday I try to live my life day to day
And no matter what I do somebody always has something to say
I confine myself to my room day in and day out thinking of a way out
I shouldn’t feel like I don’t belong but I do
I blame myself for people like you making me feel the way I do
I’ve always been known as the fat girl cause I was bigger than you
I’m tired of the criticism just like I’m tired of you I’m a size 18 and im proud of that
So just leave me alone and let me be fat


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Chamora BRONZE said...
on Sep. 23 2010 at 1:04 pm
Chamora BRONZE, Oklahoma, Oklahoma
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oh snap

thank you thats how i was feeling so thats how this poem was written

on Sep. 20 2010 at 7:27 am
Brea_Bloodbath BRONZE, Eustis, Florida
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Get on your knees!

I like this, very good :) I say let them talk. People always judge people because, somebody's different. Being the same is stupid. They should get to know you before they judge.

lyssa28 BRONZE said...
on Sep. 7 2010 at 6:52 pm
lyssa28 BRONZE, Las Vegas, Nevada
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I feel the same way. Im a size 17 and not many people accept me.


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