Leah Michele

(Brooklyn, NY)

They're watching...


I wish they'd stop observing me
Noticing my oddities
And seeing the cuteness in them

Though it may be a compliment
It makes me self conscious
It's jus who, and how, I am

I'm already awkward
But when they watch and stare
It makes me anxious

I feel like I can't be me
Like I over think my actions
Then I trip over myself


But even without them watching
I find it hard to just be
Every move I make, I second guess

Is there someone watching...
Judging me
Even when I think I'm alone

Or is someone whispering to me
Making me feel like this
Feeding on my insecurities

Something dark
A creature of evil
...but the voice is my own

Submitted: Monday, May 05, 2014

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  • Colleen Courtney (5/6/2014 7:43:00 PM)

    I've learned to stop over analyzing myself. To let go and just be. The only one you need to be true to is you. If you're happy with who you are, I find nobody else really matters! Try it! Great poem! Cause the reader to take stock! Nicely written! (Report) Reply

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