Delicate, slender, beautiful.
That encase a beautiful face,
A glowing smile highlights those bones,
With a tint of pink.
Which lead to big beautiful *******,
That are ****, and hold a head up high.
**** little bones, peering right through the skin
Showcasing every small gasp,
Every small breath.
A product of a flat stomach,
Sharp and beautiful,
Something he can grab tenderly.
That have a gap between them,
A gap for someone to fit in.
And long spindly fingers,
Cold to the touch.
I want to see them,
I want to touch them,
Caress them with a tenderness never shown to me,
Then perhaps, when I can touch the fragility of my bones, under my skin
Will I be happy with my body, with myself
No longer will I be the girl needing to lose weight,
I will be beautiful, wanted, cared about
Perhaps, even people will see how fragile I truly am,
Perhaps someone will look after me, finally.