Didn't Make a Difference

And no longer did it matter to her
The picture in the ceramic plate
It didn't matter if it was the beautiful winter scene
With the light shining through the snow
Or if it was the little animals of the woods
It didn't matter if it was painting of fruits
Or if it was an actual Da Vinci masterpiece
It could have been Renoir or Da Vinci
Me or You
And she wouldn't have cared
She only wanted it empty.
—empty—
Without anything to make her bigger
Feel fatter
As long as it didn't contain calories
Or any other food temptations
She was happy
And she would stare at the beautiful picture
Smiling on the outside
Dying on the inside
As the acid of her stomach
Ate away her heart
And depression her mind
She starved herself to the point
Where she could have died.