Dear Ana

by Amber

Dear Ana,

I wished you'd listen, I wish you'd hear.
You control my mind. My thoughts. My fears.
You were my best friend, my everything.
But then you left like autumn leaves.
I was content, happy to say "See ya!"
But then you introduced your cousin Mia.
You and her, the perfect tag team.
"You're fat!You make Everest look small!" you'd both scream.
I would try to get rid of the food
Brownies, chips, and coke I had consumed
But, there was no prevail
"Well, you'd better exercise, you whale,"
And here we are now, stuck in this twisted maze
As you both whirl around me, I feel as if I'm in a daze
So Ana, please pack and leave
Oh, and don't forget to take Mia, if you please.

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by: cassandra

hey girl..thats a beautiful poem, and very true as well. i'm praying that you find true healing through God, both physically and emotionally..i know you can overcome this with God's help, maybe not without His help, but with His help, YOU CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST WHO GIVES YOU STRENGTH!
Love ya,

by: Jana

I thought your poem was really good. (: Did you know my best friend's name is Ana? For real. Real person, I swear. =D
Anyway, awesome poem. (:

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