Jackeline Chacon
Jackeline Chacon
Aug 10, 2014

You say you love me

But I know you like her

And you still wonder why

I live so deeply insecure

#self   #sad   #depressed   #insecure   #ugly   #angry   #mad   #low   #insecurity   #esteem  
Ami Callewa
Feb 8      Feb 9

If I had a knife
I'd make my waist a little thinner
My boobs a little bigger
My smile a little wider
I'd trim every hair on my body
Cut my legs to make me shorter
Maybe then I'd be fought for

Got Guanxi
Got Guanxi
Nov 14      Nov 14

in between my insecurities

I can’t be found sometimes,
dumbfounded by my surroundings.
in between my

i’ve been captured in the moment,
scared to say another word,
caught ,
in between my

I got lost within the essence,
talking nonsensical thoughts,
lying inside,
in between my

I learnt my lesson swiftly,
teenage years, lunchbox idioms ,
in between my

I think i'll revisit this at some point...
I know that insecurity isn't pretty,
heather leather
heather leather
Jul 12, 2014      Jul 13, 2014

I know that insecurity isn't pretty,
which is how I also know that I'm not beautiful

I don't even know. I saw a poem on how a lot of girls fake insecurity to ask for attention and I agree that it's wrong; but then I thought what about the girls who are actually insecure? So...yeah. Am I explaining myself right? No? Oh well, I almost never do.
Insecurity isn't an attention seeking excuse.
Abi Moss
Aug 2, 2014      Aug 4, 2014

Insecurity isn't an attention seeking excuse.
Its something we do without noticing and other people get concerned..
I don't understand.

Everyone takes insecurity the wrong way. And it bugs me.
#alone   #help   #insecurity  
Nov 26, 2014

my insecurities are an ocean--
and I am now drowning

I like to pretend I am fairly confident, but 90% of the time I'm held back by my stupid insecurities.

Difficult trying to see beauty, when insecurities constantly take over.

viting *security* of the self, invites *insecurity* within our lives.
Matthew Harlovic

Inviting security of the self, invites insecurity within our lives.

© Matthew Harlovic

May 11, 2014      May 13, 2014

Oh, woman, dear, don’t be so insecure;
You’re only hurting yourself when you are insecure.

Look  at the mirror and see how beautiful you are,
You don’t need to feel bad and to be insecure.

When you see others smile and happy in their lives,
Can’t you just smile for them and not feel insecure?

When someone deserves a prize, an award for his deed,
Would you aim to claim it because you’re insecure?

When someone stands now in a place where you dream,
Would you pull him down there when you feel insure?

When someone’s being praised for an excellent work,
Would you make some sour grapes- deeds of an insecure?

Yes, you are stealing a moment of your own joy,
Every moment that you’re jealous and you feel insecure.


A Ghazal is a poem that is made up like an odd numbered chain of couplets, where each couplet is an independent poem. It should be natural to put a comma at the end of the first line. The Ghazal has a refrain of one to three words that repeat, and an inline rhyme that preceedes the refrain. Lines 1 and 2, then every second line, has this refrain and inline rhyme, and the last couplet should refer to the authors pen-name... The rhyming scheme is AA bA cA dA eA etc.

Credits to: http://www.shadowpoetry.com/resources/wip/ghazal.html
#insecure   #joy   #steal   #weakness   #greed   #insecurity  
Natalie Hart
Natalie Hart
Nov 16, 2014

all these pretty people
with fucking flawless skin
unblemished bodies
to contain their confident
loving souls
i look in the mirror
and i cry
i can't take what looks back at me
its agonizing imperfections
and taunting discontentment
tonight i want to die
but i won't tomorrow
so i hold on
despite hating myself entirely

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