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The constant battle for perfection
spreads fast like an infection.
When ever-changing society's requirements pile in,
casting visions of uniformity to win.
To survive, one must compete with joined forces.
Challenges such as trends, trust, truth endorses.
But me? I believe in personal style.
Where complete outfits consist of smiles.
Opposed to the half-hearted smirks, or the pouted lips,
I'll eat my food, not stave my hips.
I will not, do not act 'easy.'
Nor do I dress supposudly sleazy.
I'm for me, live selfishly, wear argyll.
I believe in personal style.