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Mar 2017
This body swelled and store fat without my permission
they scream insults and it folds on itself.
Their sweet chuckles taste bitter on my ears.
fake smiles are my only offering to this daily crucifixion.

I rearrange my voice to answer them

But I don't
body shaming is real
Nicki Mngadi
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Nicki Mngadi  20/F/South Africa
(20/F/South Africa)   
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