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Short is the New Sexy

His mother once said I am short
Too short for my tall son
I took it as a compliment
Embracing ‘short’ for all fun

World perceives beauty in a way
My perceptions vary
There were times I was bogged down
By concepts of beauty —so scary

I look up and see the world
Looking down upon me
As if everything up high
Is slightly higher just for me

Looking through my little eyes
They all look elevated
For the love of all tall men
An imaginary world I created

A world where I be tall
Without the lift of pencil heels
And walk a walk to remember
Not facing societal ordeals
But then I know this is real
That I am a petite babe
And what’s the harm in being one
I still am in a very good shape

Sometimes I’m a lil’ adorable darlin’
Sometimes I wear the height of pride
I change as changes seasons
Takin’ the best of both worlds on a ride



Copyright © Neha Godambe | Year Posted 2017

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