I am a fat girl
It's no secret:
Taco Bell is my best friend,
Cookies give me comfort,
And I would never reject some cheesecake.
I'm an expert at sucking in.
My high-rise jeans cover my belly perfectly.
I know how to angle my camera so that I look thin.
At the end of the day, I am still a fat girl.
I am a sassy girl.
The queen of comebacks,
Quick-witted as they come,
And sharp as a tack.
Smart remarks roll of my tongue before I realize,
Causing shocked silence and maybe some hurt
But I'm worse at apologies than at keeping quiet;
Odds are, I won't even bother.
I am unapologetically a sassy girl.
I am a stubborn girl
I have an almost unending list of flaws.
I talk too much, I eat too much, I'm sassy too much.
Despite it all, my head remains held high.
To quote the Bible, I am "clothed in strength and dignity,"
And I have too much self respect to sacrifice my beliefs.
Another flaw: it makes me hotheaded.
I love everyone dearly and strive to be kind
But I will never not be a stubborn girl.