Please judge me by my smile,
Base me by grin,
Please judge me on whether I am fat or thin
Please mark me by my hair
And decide if you should care,
By simply looking at my hair
What about my eyes?
Please make me tell a lie
About how I loathe my eyes
And my clothing?
Please make me say its all self-loathing,
So that you can "help" me with my clothing
And you must judge me by my weight,
On whether I ate and ate and ate,
Or starved myself to reach my weight
And of course, by my smile,
Whether it looks like I just ran a mile,
Or on whether it's always there, my smile.
But don't forget my skin!
You must paint over it, and cover up my kin,
Over my ugly, horrible, skin
Put a mask on me
Because you judge by what you see
But with a mask, you can't judge me.