Chamelelon - Poem by Mark Curtis
Never change, be who you are, if this believe you won't go far.
We all must flex to some degree, or ones you love will set you free.
Set you free, if will not budge, your conscience you now have to judge.
A Chamelelon you must now appear, change to suit to hold all dear.
Yes it might go against the grain but a little diversion equals little pain.
But Chamelelon don't change scale to scale for that's a road addressed as fail.
Subtle change is all that's required and rewards the result you have desired.
Chamelelon be just what you are, you will succeed you will go far.
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