Author: Julius D'Orange PM
There are plenty of other things to worry about in life than how someone is.Rated: Fiction T - English - Friendship/Hurt/Comfort - Words: 304 - Published: 10-13-12 - Status: Complete - id: 3065310
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DISCLAIMER: This poem, in NO WAY, reflects how or who I am. It is written solely for the purpose of entertainment in poetic form and to show my support for the lifestyle it is about in a creative way. In no way does the cover photo represent how or who I am or my lifestyle. I do my own cover art and, therefore, use myself in various images to depict characters.
Sitting in a spare room, away from 'The Norms'
Are pieces of me
All alone, in a cold world
Waiting to be set free
Be weary of 'The Norms'
You are their enemy
And they will stop at nothing
Until you bow down to their conformity
You're like a bio-hazardous material
Everyone wants to dispose of you
In protests, bans, and civil disorder
You are far from being equal
At least you have a window
To wish for your dreams on blinking stars
I too, wish you can all come out
And not be locked behind these unequal bars
God help their souls when they are free, setting into motion their own demise
And when they receive tongue lashings of religious outcry
The mercenaries of extremists will all join hands
And call for this "unholy" entity's excommunication from their lands
"Maybe one day," I tell them
"You too, can be accepted
And join the ranks of 'The Norms'
In a world far from hectic"
We can move to Seattle
When we are older
And live far away
From all of this disorder
There are plenty of other worries in the world
Than how someone is
Like the economic instability
And corruptive politics
Until that day comes, I shall join you
And never roam about
Together we shall wait as one
And maybe one day, I can come out