The prompt given by Maureen is to write about something that you are not interested in.
I generally do not like when people refrain from talking about their failures and only show their side that’s flawless. I feel proud to say that I’m perfectly imperfect! So here goes the poem:
Poem Title: Flaunt your scars
Cracks, faults, inaccuracies, failure-
Why these words create an aura pessimistic
Aren’t these flaws a part of our being?
Don’t these make success worth celebrating?
To explore and grow, being the purpose of our being,
How can we grow if we don’t commit fallacies?
‘Perfection’, I believe, is akin to stagnation,
How can anything be perfect, if it’s constantly evolving?
So keep perusing your dreams,
And make best of your offerings,
There might be a few cracks here and there,
But isn’t it the key for the light to sneak in?
Flaunt your scars, glorify your failures,
They make you, who you are and prove you are human,
Embrace every crack, that personifies your identity,
It makes you more beautiful; don’t consider them ugly!