Unquestionably


Did you know my confidence
is weak and paper thin?
Repulsed by my reflection
of stretch marks and excess skin.
Only longing to see myself
as beautiful as the rest.
A flat stomach and no marks
of skin that's pulled and stretched.
I want to look in the mirror
and smile at what I see.
Not just like who I really am
but also what I appear to be.
But that I've yet to do.
I tolerate what I've endowed
rather than accepting myself,
standing shoulders back and proud.
Yet I still try to make myself believe
that I'm stunning as I am.
The only one who can
Imperfectly be the perfect me.
So I guess there's a message
I must relay to myself
Because some how these compliments
I can't ever help but doubt.
My hair is soft and flowing
My eyes ever blue
A smile so intoxicating
Standing only five foot three
Weighing more than I desire to
But personality, shines through
Rachael, stop doubting yourself
You're Unquestionably, you.

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