Who Says They're Flaws?

The flaws make you who you are.

The darkness in you, allows the light inside you to emphasize more prominently.

The flaws are not flaws, but rather individual adorable traits percieved as flaws from an entirely different person's schema, a schema that does not and should not matter to you.

The broken parts that cause you to be incomplete or pointing all over the place, mean that the missing part of you will connect with the other soul that can make you symmetrical.

You're you, that's all you can ever be.

I am me, and that's all I can ever be.

Who says they're flaws anyway?

I appreciate myself for what I am, and cherish my uniqueness. In a sense, that makes me complete already, being aware of myself for what I really am.

To be entirely alone, and to be comfortable with your naked self, is talent, a skill, and not a flaw... oh no, an achievement.
Jiemusu Jiemusu
22-25, M
Aug 10, 2010