Fat to Fit, it was a long walk that started from the day I got insulted for the first time. I’m more determined now. So here is a poem for those who’ve been through insulting situations considering their body weight as a reason behind.
Stopped my walk as the pain crushed me,
I wasn’t that hard, but my dream pushed me.
Every single time when you quipped on me,
was like an arrow crushing heart and self-esteem.
I’m heavy cum giant like a fluffy pillow,
Wonder! could it come down like melting-snow?
Getting up early, I never did it though,
Diet plan, exercise, I don’t like, and you know!
Don’t go on my size, soon this would be slimmer than you,
I’ve convinced myself; your opinions are not new.
Have controlled the appetite, now the turn is of you,
go vanished of my life, like a heated-up dew.
Can’t you see that for you, I’ve been burning whole my mind,
I am not like others, still trying to be that kind.
After crying over the things, I’ve learned indeed
It’s just me! so just let me be me.