JE Thompson, iMichael Thal, iPaul Kyriazi, iSara Coslett, iAaron Cole, iShervin Hojat, Ph.D., iDarden North, i
· + Follow Me
· Contact Me
· 48 Titles
· 70 Reviews
· Save to My Library
· Share with Friends!
· Member Since: Jul, 2000
Subscribe to the Rita P Hestand Newsletter. Enter your name and email below and
click "sign me up!"
Rita P Hestand, click
here to update your pages on AuthorsDen.
Whimsical poem about a child's own acceptance of self
I don't like me very much
On me everything's the same
I wish that God would touch
My heart that always feels so lame!
But my mom says that I'm unique
That God made us different one and all
I guess I'd look funny if I was petite
For with little feet I'd surely fall!
Brown skin, brown eyes, brown hair,
So ordinarily tall
I wish that I was fair,
And that he'd made me small!
Perhaps there's a reason that I'm this way
That no one looks exactly like me
For I am different I must say
But you be you and I'll be me!
Marvels for a Wednesday Dawn
by Teresa Pelka
Featured Authors |
New to AuthorsDen? |
Add AuthorsDen to your Site
with your friends |
Need Help? | About