Stop Laughing At Me - Poem by Randy Johnson
(This is a fictional poem)
People laugh because I drink from a baby bottle.
When it comes to my mother, I'm being coddled.
I'm going to share a secret with you that I've never told.
I've never eaten solid foods and I'm thirty-six years old.
This isn't one bit funny but everybody keeps laughing at me.
I've never been potty trained and I wet my pants when I pee.
Stop laughing at me, I want to be treated with respect.
You think it's very funny just because my pants are wet.
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