Is it really love



Always said

Fancy dresses

And the handsome guys

Were for the other girls

You know, the ATTRACTIVE ones

Not the HIDEOUSLY fat ones

These words just drove them further apart

After all, food didn’t care about looks

©2019 Annette Rochelle Aben

27 responses to “Is it really love

  1. With a mother like that, she didn’t need enemies.

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  2. Gwen M. Plano

    Oh gosh, a witch for a mother! 😦

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  3. This is sad, Annette. There is nothing worse than an abusive and unsupportive mother. My Michael is a bit cuddly.

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  4. Gwen M. Plano

    Oh gosh, a witch for a mother! 😦

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  5. Mommie Dearest!!

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  7. A mother’s words can echo in the mind for a long time. She should have chosen them more carefully but then again, a narcissist doesn’t care how her words affect others. Horrible and sad. I’m glad you see it now for what it was, the words of one with a twisted disease. ❤ xo

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  8. This poem touches my heart in so many places. The pain, emotions, I feel it all. This is really good!! ❤

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  10. Reblogged this on The Faery Writer and commented:
    Annette Rochelle Aben last week’s Poet of the Week. Congratulations. 💕

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  11. This horrible woman broke all the laws of motherhood…

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