When I Was Shy - Poem by Melanie Emikohe
Sitting nowhere but the corners,
reading books, drawing faces;
walked only with one or two,
a favored time when I was shy.
A heart thickens, skin roughs;
smile I must for names multiply,
to be kind I must, to please I must,
that time when I've been noticed.
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