I want a man with a firm chest,
Against which I can rest my head.
I want a man who’d look beyond my flaws,
My flaws that every other man considered ugly.
I want a man who’d embrace me so tight, I won’t be able to breathe,
For it is then when I’d feel like a part of him.
I want a man around whom I wouldn’t have to pretend.
A man around whom I wouldn’t have to fret.
A man who’d enjoy my quietness for often I have not much to say.
I want a man who’d understand when,
I have no words to say but nonetheless,
He’d understand me on a whole,
For I am who I am,
An awfully quiet girl where all that is loud,
is the silence that surrounds her and the noise of her crowded city.
Yet, when I find all this in a man,
My insecurities eat me as a whole meal,
As if it were a boa constrictor.
And I cower away out of shame and timidness.
Afraid to lose him,
When he wasn’t mine to begin with.
My new school got me feelin’ like…