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Insecurity Sucks.
Author: Emma-Louise

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"Omg, Im so small.. I wish I could grow.
Am I good enough for him?
I think my parents are getting a divorce.
Theyre getting rid of my dog!!

I need to go on a diet, SO badly.
Im so much taller than the guys.
My boobs are so small, I feel worthless.
I wanna look like her.

My mum says Ill get a boyfriend, one day.
I want to stop cutting, but I cant help it.
Do my parents even care?
Ive fallen out with all my friends, now what?!

Im so thick, Ill never pass my GCSEs..
Should I try a cigarette? They all are.
Hes been cheating on me with my best friend.
I have no one to turn to..

Am I normal?!
Ugh, my breath stinks.. Nobody will like me now.
I have so many spots, arghhh!
My feet are huge.. Oh God.

Will I ever start my period?
Im being bullied.. for being different.
I hate my life.
I dont know which religion to choose.
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Jesus, how pathetic.. People should just be like me.
Forget all about it, I do.. and I dont have any insecurity.
Pfft, yeah whatever.

------- Author's Notes -------

Very different to my usual.. Just had to do it.

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Comments on this poem/writing:

Mike (82.35.78.186) -- Saturday, October 22 2005, 10:39 pm

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Loved this. Goes through the worries that people face each day..
And that last line, "Pfft, yeah whatever." Sums it all up. No matter how much a person says they don't care, deep down they have their own insecurities..
 
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