Too Thin To Notice!
Too baggy, too big, need taking in a bit
I can't find any pants to adhere to my figure
Not much difference from when I was bigger
For then my excuse for a perfect fit
Was a size more comfy and an extra bit
Now I'm left with the smallest rail
With clothes marked petite on sale
And there begins my shopping mission
Something less daring to fit my condition.
You see I wasn't always a size so thin
And clothes I couldn't always get in
People walk by me so what about that!
Friends I once knew when I was fat
And though they say that I'm a new me
Behind the mask is what they don't see
I didn't lose weight for vanity or stealth
I had no choice wih my failing health
So now I'm so thin it's really a bore
When all the nice clohes don't fit anymore
Too skimpy, too short, it don't cover my back
That dress is so large it would look like a sack
Those trousers are massive I'd look like a clown
I'd need huge braces so they wouldn't fall down
A shadow of my former self, I guess I always wanted to be
A little more accepting in today's society
But it ain't no fun being skinny, I'm sure everyone knows
That shopping isn't funny when you can't find the right clothes!'