Respect - Poem by Ryan Lee
Respect has become an ancient word.
Practicing it is hardly ever heard.
Respect you, respect her, and respect me.
The reality of that happening you rarely see.
Respects starts in the homes.
And it continues in the schools.
Do what you are supposed to do.
And just follow the rules.
Treat people like you want to be treated.
Have some humility and donï¿½t be conceited.
You say, whereï¿½s my respect? When do I get mine?
Start giving it and youï¿½ll start getting it in due time.
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