Imperfection

Imperfection

By Robert C Price

 

There’s something I want

To say that I never told you

You may think I’m strange

Or touched in the head

 

Your flaws are what drew me

Every imperfection tells a story

The slight scar above your lip

That you never conceal says

You fight for what you have

And believe

 

The roundness of your belly

The fullness of your thighs

Says you’re content

Happy in the knowledge of

Your own self-worth

 

You don’t have to prove

Anything to anyone

Not even me

 

When you have doubts

About your beauty

I tell you that looks are

Subjective

Usually argued by the

Subject

 

I see you for who you

Really are

Everything that God

Granted me as a blessing

For which I don’t deserve

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14 thoughts on “Imperfection

  1. Hi Robert, I was introduced to you by Diana, the Holistic Wayfarer. What a beautiful poem- I especially loved this :When you have doubts About your beauty I tell you that looks are Subjective
    Usually argued by the Subject. Such a powerful observation.

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  2. “Every imperfection tells a story” I really appreciate the poem. The words come so naturally from you. It is one of the loveliest tributes to singular authenticity I have come across. Surprised you came back, but glad you enjoyed the miniseries on successful blogging.

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    1. Thank you for reading and the series was interesting. It made me think about why I really do this. I like the community I’ve built up. I would always want more followers and eventually that will happen. I just want to make sure my content means something to me. if people see that, they’ll tell other people. I hope 🙂

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