You are one of the most beautiful people I know. Your brown eyes are so naturally beautiful. Your skin is flawless, like a porcelain doll. Your hair flows down your back, always perfect, never a strand out out of order. Your smile is brilliant, beautifully white teeth. Your body is solid and shaped. Nothing too much, nothing too little. The ideal physical attributes people pay billions for, you have all naturally.
It’s a shame though. You poison your body daily. Your beautiful brown eyes now have deep, dark bag underneath them. They’re so lifeless. Your skin isn’t like porcelain anymore. You’ve stopped caring about your hair and it’s now all ratty and disgusting. Your smile is turning yellow. Is it from all the cigarettes? Your body, still small and beautiful, but I can now see your ribs. What are you putting in your body to make you turn into this monster? It wouldn’t be so bad if you had the personality to make up for it, but you don’t. It’s a shame you threw that all away. I used to think so much of you.