To Truly See - Poem by Gordon Jerome
I wish people could truly see
Beyond my appearance to the real me
A simple loving and caring soul
Throughout my life that has been my goal
Trapped beneath this fat mans size
I seem to remain the unclaimed prize
But nonetheless I’ll continue to be
The person who satisfies little ole me
For it takes more than a pretty face
To satisfy a heart and fill its empty space.
To know if a person is your one of a kind,
It helps to look upon them as if you were blind.
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