Treasure Island

Thanya Cruz

Hi, My Name Is Different.

I'm in everyone, whether I'm beautiful or ugly.
I'm even in the ones who are thin; or thickly.
I make everyone glare at you, every bit.
Whether your society,
Or down at the bottom of a pit.
Truth is, everyone's different.
Even me.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 19, 2012

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Out of the 10% of Americans who are diagnosed with Down Syndrome. Whether you DO have Down Syndrome, like Jason Kingsley, or beautiful, like Kim Kardashian, your differences make everyone glare at you. And in whichever way they glare at you; its of jealousy. They're jealous of how beautiful you are, making different a good thing. Don't try and worship them because they are different, but treat them like a normal person. That's all they want. :)

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