Not Good Enough

Poem By Amber Lamm

I do not have blonde hair or blue eyes.
I am not model thin.
I have acne and glasses.
Does that make me worthless to your love?

I rarely smile.
I do things my own way.
I would rather be lost in a book.
Does that make me worthless of you love?

I was violated.
I was mistreated.
I wanted to die.
Does that make me worthless of your love?

I use be a daddy's girl.
I use to be your girl.
You accepted me for me.
What happened?

Why am I not worth your love?
What changed all this?
I am still your little girl.

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