I want to feel different,
I know they call me different,
But I have fallen into the predicament,
And as if toxic normalizes have been drained into my flesh,
I behave like all the rest,
And break hearts like they are chicken wings.
And I want to go back to the time when I didn’t do this things,
I want to unlearn the insults that sit on my lips,
To unlearn the vices that whisper words of war to me.
I have learnt to even question the fat on my tummy,
And the size of my nose
And I want to unlearn this things,
To unlearn that to be woman enough I need to lose some weight,
To swallow my belly and fake a smile,
I need to unlearn the numbness,
The tendency of acting like I don’t feel a single thing,
When in my heart there are emotions holding a meeting,
But their is one thing I would give a rib to unlearn,
And that’s falling in love with him.