To her friends and family,
She was fine.
She was quiet, yet fun to be around.
Positive energy radiated outwards from her,
Her sarcastic nature drew the other teens her age towards her.
Her mother praised her with compliments,
Her father teased her lovingly, joking around with her.
She joked with him as well.
She laughed at the compliments,
not knowing how to speak about how she actually felt of herself,
Her fun loving attitude was a facade.
Her quick witty responses were a result of instinct,
It quickly responded to mask any sign on the insecurity that hid within,
Hiding the biggest distraction of all.
Her main focus was always on her body.
Everyone thought she was fine,
No one sees past her act,
So Blair remains suffering.
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She Was PerfectTeen Fiction
(ON HOLD)She was perfectly fine in everyone's eyes; her body was fine and healthy, and for her mind, well they could only assume Blair was ill and imperfect in her own eyes; body repulsive, mind deteriorating any sense of self love that had previous...