Look At Me

Look at me, not for my body or for your pleasure.

Look at me, not for my figure, but to figure out who I am beyond this vessel.

Look at me through my windows, the endless depths of my eyes, unveiling the reality of my character.

Look at me, to appreciate the vessel God made. But look deeper to see Christ in that vessel.

Look at me and see the blemishes that come with me, make me, remind me of me.

Look at me to see all the marks concealer couldn’t hide, the scars that will always remain.

Look beyond my outward appearance to really ‘feel’ me without needing a physical touch.

Want to know me? Then Look at me and not my body. – Kanayo


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