Labels - Poem by Ellen frawley
What makes people tick?
What makes them crazy?
Fall over the edge.
From normality to insanity.
They say it’s a very fine line.
But who should decide
Just where that lines lies
And side you stand on
Everyone is different
No two exactly the same
Even identical twins have differences
Who should have the right to judge others
Label people strange, different, weird.
Labels are for objects not people
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