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Where imperfections are perfect and flaws are flawless
Mirroredited

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall…

As I looked in the mirror,

all I could see

was a distorted body

staring back at me.

I didn’t have a thin waist

or a stomach so flat.

I barely even ate

but I still looked fat.


I didn’t have fair skin

or long shiny hair.

My lips were too thin

and my face looked so bare.

I had scars and freckles

all over my body.

I didn’t like it one bit,

they weren’t even pretty.

But as I scanned through magazines

looking at models oh so tall,

I realized one thing;

they weren’t real at all.

Their stick figure bodies

and their flawless skin

were quite impossible to replicate

because they were too thin.

As I looked in the mirror

all I could see

was a beautiful body

staring back at me.

I had scars and freckles

all over my body.

A canvas full of curves and colors

that made me so happy.

No matter how fat or thin,

light or dark, and short or tall,

we should all learn to love our flaws

and feel confident with them all.

Mica T.

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