Justice Poetic
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Justice Poetic


A Poem

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If I could I might just sit here all day and eat I try hard, really to self-cheer, self-motivate, self-activate, and then life swirls and overwhelms and I want to change it all fix it all stop it all heal it all or lacking that sit on my couch and eat and eat and eat high school girl style back when I was skinny and young but thought I was the most hideous sight on the planet when I tried to not eat and eat because the games we played as…




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Jenny Justice

Jenny Justice

Poet | Mom | Sociologist | Author | Brings Poetry to life with empathy, connection, joy, justice, and feeling. Poetry Fangirl ❤POM Poet❤

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