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This is an interesting piece I want your thoughts on what you honestly think
"I am not me." I like the contradictory sense of this line, because it is assumed that "I" and "me" would be the same, and you show through this line how there are separate sides of a person.
Kind of a hopelessness, knowing that the narrator doesn't believe they can be seen as beautiful if they are truly their self, however they hope that they can.
Is there a way that a few of these details could be better connected with the theme? As in, "The girl that was found under a tree." This rhymes nicely with 'me', but I'm not exactly sure how this kind of detail helps explain your story and point. It's also a little hard for me to understand the meaning of this sentence. Do you mean the girl who can be found under the tree since she likes trees, maybe likes being alone? Or was she literally found, as in she was lost or injured or something else? I would suggest making some of these kinds of slightly vague details a bit more specific, so they can work to help your writing be even better!
This is a great piece because it's very real, and I think a lot of people can connect to the message and themes. I like how the narrator moves from asking to stating and knowing. Keep it up :)