I Didn’t See Her (Poem)

Sonora, California
March 15, 2019 7:22pm CST
I didn’t see her Not really Just a silent Memory A shadow Of who she would Be. She’d heard the judgements The quiet Speculation Of those who We’re quick To make assumptions. They see the Wheelchair And not the person And her abilities. I was was one of The ones Who quietly Speculate But I didn’t Want to pass Judgement Become one of The one’s guilty Of jumping To a false Conclusion. (C) Michelle R Kidwell January.13.2019
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• Rupert, Idaho
16 Mar
Very well written poem, very deep
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• Sonora, California
16 Mar
Thank you so much!
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• Rupert, Idaho
16 Mar
@Michellekidwell My pleasure!
@Mavic123456 (18727)
• Thailand
16 Mar
so beautiful you can contribute this to an organization of PWDs
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• Sonora, California
16 Mar
PWD’s? I’m not familiar? If you can tell me more I’d love to know about it!
@Mavic123456 (18727)
• Thailand
16 Mar
@Michellekidwell person with disabilities. This may be offered to them ... some people can't see them as a person and also their abilities but see them as a person on the wheelchair.
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• Sonora, California
16 Mar
@Mavic123456 Oh I should have figured that out lol! I generally try to write in a way that educated on those with disabilities!
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@Shavkat (72322)
• Philippines
16 Mar
I like how it was done. You have a gift to make a good poem.
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• Sonora, California
16 Mar
Thank you
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@Shavkat (72322)
• Philippines
17 Mar
@Michellekidwell You are very much welcome
@RasmaSandra (24205)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
16 Mar
Wonderful and truthful verse.
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• Sonora, California
16 Mar
Thank you!
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@TRBRocks420 (94309)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Mar
True beauty comes from inside I'm learning this more everyday.
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• Sonora, California
16 Mar
Yes it does!
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