Bullied

They say I’m fat,
oh, I don’t do weight’s math.
Yes, I don’t care!

They say my nose’s flat,
oh, and I have bulky butt!
Hell, I don’t care!

They say my face’s ugly,
oh, yes I’m not pretty.
Hell, I don’t care!

Reading these words,
of fake and fallacy,
I cried.
I care.

12.14.2015
©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer

Photo credit: Journey into the Spectrum
Originally written for Blogging University’s WRITING 101: Intro to Poetry Day 6 Assignment.

Not sexy, but definitely happy

I may be flabby.
And you may laugh at me.

I may be meaty.
And surely, you can bully me.

I may be fat.
But I still have a heart.

I may be stout.
But please don’t give me doubts.

Yes, I am chubby.
But you have no right to tell me “I’m not worthy.”

Yes, I am not sexy.
But I can confidently say, “I’m happy.”

Now, let me ask you.
“Are you as happy as me?”

09.29.2015
©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer

Photo credit: Unsplash
Originally written for Blogging University’s WRITING 101 Day 17 Assignment.

Bullied

They say I’m fat,

oh, I don’t do weight’s math.

Yes, I don’t care!

They say my nose’s flat,

oh, and I have bulky butt!

Hell, I don’t care!

They say my face’s ugly,

oh, yes I’m not pretty.

Hell, I don’t care!

Reading these words,

of fake and fallacy,

I cried.

Yes, I do care.

©2015 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved.

Photo credit: Journey into the Spectrum


Day 6: Fallacy By @jdoublep

Unsound arguments. Failures of reason.

Today, let’s write poems that are wholly illogical.
Let’s see how miserably we can get reason to fail; both our reason and the reason that guides our readers.

P.S.

I am not sure if I got this one, right?

Would love to hear your thoughts, Jason.

Thanks!

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