Share your poems about dieting here.

I have written many desperate poems about dieting in my lifetime! I wish I'd kept all those scrawlings to share with you here. But in fits of frustration at my own apparent failure at dieting my diet poems often got torn up never to see the light of day again.

Body-wise-perfect-size is the perfect place for your to share your poems about dieting. In your diet poem you can rage at the futility of it, let out your frustration at what miracle diet products promise but fail to deliver, and at the media with it's flagrantly unrealistic media images that create and perpetuate how we compare ourselves.  In your poem about dieting, you can share your journey of freedom, your journey towards intuitive eating and attuned eating, of embracing health at every size falling in love with yourself.  I'd love to read your diet poems about how you've stopped   stopping dieting and starting living. 



Poems about dieting can help others....and we'll send you a special Thank You gift for yours

No sooner had I decided to put out an invite to people to share their poetry (I hadn't even put the page up - I'd only just decided to), I found a poem on dieting from Bev Bancroft - the very wise moderator for our Mind over Fatter forum at the time) - you can read it if you scroll down.  Amazing how that law of attraction works!

And here's one I wrote myself about the The Paradoxes of Dieting So (to borrow some words from one of SARK's great books), get those juicy pens writing on some thirsty paper (or those computer keys a-ticking) and send us your poems about dieting.

To read the poems out dieting by other visitors who have submitted them, please scroll down beyond this submission form.

Oh and PS.... did I mention that for any poem of dieting you submit - you'll receive a special thank you e.course from body-wise-perfect size!


Inviting all poets....
Share your poems about dieting here!

Don't be a closet poet - there's a world of visitors from all over the world who would LOVE to read your diet poetry about your Food, Eating, Exercise, and Body Battles. This is the perfect place to share your words and help others at the same time! 

With our regular visitors popping in - you can develop a following of readers who comment on your work and who eagerly await your next contribution. We'll let you know once it's ready to be seen and you can share it on social media.

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{Time To Diet} 
When you look in the mirror And venture to say, Is that me who I saw Just the other day? You question the mirror And remember the time When …

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Hell ride 
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Menopausal Merry-go-Round 
I keep a bar of chocolate, in my office drawer uptown, And all day long I look at it, I never scarf it down. But then when time has finally come, …

Let's be body friends 
The other day I picked up a card that read: "We'll be friends 'til we're senile and then we'll be new friends!" And I couldn't help thinking how much a …

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I'm fat Not rated yet
I'm fat, I'm fat There's no denying that. I try to fit my clothes doggone... too tight - time to buy more of those I'm fat, I'm fat it's not something …

God grant me..... Not rated yet
God grant for me this year a skinny body and a fat wallet... and don't get them mixed up like you did last year God grant for me this year a …

I hate my body - I like my body Not rated yet
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I'm worthy no matter my size Not rated yet
With a disapproving look That cuts me to the quick Do you think that the extra fat Makes my skin thick? I see the disdain in your eyes And I feel …

I needed to get smaller or so I thought... Not rated yet
I needed to get smaller or so I thought So, rather stupidly: diet jelly was all I ate And my body got smaller – it’s true But alas my weight, it continued …

An ode to Previously Deprived Foods Not rated yet
I'd like to take a little time tonight, To think about these foods I write, For the story of them is very sad, Because - you see - they've been labelled …

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