Weird and strange face,
In my head, it looks out of place,
Awkward and disjointed,
With a nose that’s too pointed.
Thanks for words so kind,
It’s not what I see in my mind,
Not that I care about rejection,
Just really don’t like my reflection.
Happy to hide behind a mask,
Wont reveal so please don’t ask,
The hate, it builds up deep inside,
Irrelevant, what you now decide.
Yet still I cling to what is true,
You see me and I see you,
Make up covers the scars we hold,
Reading a face and stories told.
Breaking the mask with a smile,
Yes, it happens once in a while,
I look at you and do not judge,
You’ve not noticed the eyeliner smudge.
Feelings strong, it is a disgrace,
Judging another based on their face,
Too many souls hide within,
They should be free in their own skin.