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This poem is describing who I am in this world of ours. I feel I have the right to say what is on my mind. What I am and how I feel is simply my choice, others may not come to agree with me but really I hold my head up high and am proud to be myself. And so should you!
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Just Being Me
|by Elsa Nora
The life I seek must be fast
The speed of life makes me laugh!
Death's just around the corner for
a Queer like me!
Well so they say all of them Freaks.
Homophobia I really do detest
What I am is what I do best!
Like if you want, Answer! This ain't no test
If you like me, "Great," then we're friends
If you hate me don't make me get upset!
I'm just a Dike whom nobody Straight likes
Well forget you all, cause we love each other
my Baby and I!
You don't have to shake my hand,
I'm not asking you to stare.
If you don't like what you see,
then get the Hell out of here!
I am what I am, So please understand
Even if you don't "Who really gives a damn?"
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