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He Just Sees Me As Me

A poem for my fellow lupies.


Some say I am disabled,
But you know that isn’t true.
I simply have a challenge
A little different from you.
My slight inconvenience, has taught me
Things they could not know.
Each obstacle is a victory,
Enabling me to grow.
I’m not really any different,
I cry, I laugh, I snore.
I don’t want to be treated
As if I’m not a person anymore.
Out of good intentions,
People are afraid to let me try.
But sometimes I have to fall,
And sometimes I need to cry.
God gives me strength and dignity,
And the courage to be all I can be.
For He doesn’t see me as disabled,
He just sees me as me.
~Author Unknown~

 

“Some say I am disabled, But you know that isn’t true. I simply have a challenge A little different from you. My slight inconvenience, has taught me Things they could not know. Each obstacle is a victory, Enabling me to grow. I’m not really any different, I cry, I laugh, I snore. I don’t want […]”

via Some Say — Lupus In Color

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