How Would You? - Poem by David Darbyshire
To a person with no arms,
how would you greet them?
Would you offer your hand?
Or would you stand and Look?
To a person who cannot hear,
how would you say Hallo?
Would you say something?
Or just move your Lips?
To a person in a wheel chair,
looking for a seat.
would you move a chair, and make place?
or retreat with a bright red face?
The best thing to do,
in this kind of situation.
Is to treat the person normally,
try to show 'no' frustration.
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