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Sanjana Wagh

Classics Inspirational Others


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Sanjana Wagh

Classics Inspirational Others


Love Yourself

Love Yourself

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'I hate myself', that's what she said,

Thinking god can never give her med.

She wanted to stop looking so dread,

Little did she know it was all in her head.


Later that night, she had a dream,

She was talking to a spirit above it seemed.

He asked, "Why do other opinions care?",

She answered, "Because I am too ugly and scared.".


He asked again, "Have you ever seen yourself through my eyes.",

She nodded no, in despise.

He said, "Once you see, you won't regret.",

She trusted him and said yes shaking her head.


He brought a mirror and told her to look,

She thought to herself, "Do I look like a fool?".

He said it's a mirror to a parallel universe,

Step inside and you yourself will discover.


She stepped inside and was in shock,

When she saw herself playing with rocks.

Why was she not happy, she looked so pretty,

Because God was showing her childhood days being very witty.


He said, "Look, that's you as a child.",

"You were always so tender and mild.".

"Never thought of yourself to be ugly.",

"Why now then, see you are very lovely.".


She then understood and said,

"I am sorry I cried for no use on my bed.".

She looked at herself in the mirror once more,

She screamed, "I AM BEAUTIFUL FOR SURE!".


Then she woke up all confused,

"Was it all a dream?", she never knew.

But she was startled when she noticed something by her side,

It was God's note "LOVE YOURSELF" and looked like it was written with pride.


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