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Don't come to my House
by Aparna Chatterjee
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Don’t come to my house.

I’m not fashion trendy.
I’m not style savvy.
I’m not a “make-up
And foundation” person.

I haven’t waxed
My legs.
I haven’t tweezed
My brows.
I haven’t had my
Facials.
I haven’t
Colored my hair.
I haven’t yet
Manicured nor
Pedicured.

Don’t come to my house,
For if you come, you’ll
Come seeking my
Physical beauty…
And push me
Out of my
Comfort-zone.

You are not my hubby
Who loves me just the way
I am.
With him, I can make do
With the barest minimum
That makes me feel
Neat and tidy…
For he loves me
Even if I look untidy ;-)

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February 26, 2012
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Thanks, Sandra. Was missing you on Boloji. Nice to have you back :)

alwaysaparna
02/27/2012 07:54 AM

Comment lovely write Aparna...

sandramartyres
02/27/2012 07:13 AM




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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