I am a woman who wants more than most people.
For any Woman who feels judged by her size.
I don’t want to be seen
for how big or small my body becomes
I want you to see the energy
that pulses off my skin
and the wildness
that drips from my teeth
I want you to see how my hips move
instead of their girth
When you look at my face
I want you to imagine kissing it
and feel the magnetism between us
instead of how puffy my cheeks are
I want you to feel the fire
in my belly
instead of the fat in your hand
I want to know how your body feels
when I walk into the room
Do you want me?
Do I make you happy?
Do I make you feel alive?
Would you look at a deer and think
“She looks good”?
You’d stand there in awe
in wonder of her
and think, “Wow.
I am so lucky to be in her presence”
That is how I want to feel when you see me
I am a deeply powerful
and I will not be treated like a piece of meat
weighed on the scale
of your gaze.
On this Moonday, I invite you to dive into how you want to be SEEN.
The Sun is in Leo, so we are all being asked to consider how we are seen. Seen by others, seen by ourselves. Your body is magnificent and there is a wealth of jewels to behold when we go beyond “bigger vs smaller”.
Are you caught in the trap of size?
What are the words you want to hear?
How do you long to be worshipped?
What do you want to see in yourself?
What do you want others to see about you?
Perhaps you want to write your own poem.
Simple actions to take your life back, know your worth & feel alive no matter how drained, overwhelmed and far gone you feel.
The first time I met my husband’s parents back when we were dating, we went to church together on Easter Sunday. I wore a church/ meet-the parents appropriate outfit: a cardigan and an ankle length skirt. My dear boyfriend (now husband) said I looked “sexy.” It kinda upset me and I told him so. Aside from “sexy” not being the look I was going for, was that all he saw of me? To this day he still doesn’t really get why I was annoyed. You do. Thank you.
Hi Heather, thanks for your comment and reflection. I totally get it and I’m so glad you spoke up. Love, Sarah