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Hmmm . . . what inspired me to write this poem . . . I suppose it would be the on going hope everyone has to be accepted for who they are . . . not what anyone else thinks they should be . . .
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Come take my hand and walk with me
Share my likes . . . my wishes . . . my life
Don't judge me . . . just love me
Accept me for who I am
For if I try to change for you
Then you'll no longer know me
As I am no longer happy with whom I am
Always remember where we are going
So you don't forget where we have been
If we hold on to each other's hearts
And taste each other's rainbows
The sun will shine
The flowers will bloom
The world will dance around us
And we will remain forever us
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