Again all alone, she takes to the slide,
To think about everyone who's taken her for a ride,
The people who leave her feeling down and alone,
The so called friends who never come round or phone.
All because she has crutches and doesn't walk the same,
They say cruel things; call her nasty names.
She suffers in silence,
Because of her peers,
They can't see she's not all she appears,
They eat her confidence like a shark eats meat,
When she gets on the tram they wont give her their seat,
She feels let down by her neighbours and such,
Who treat her like an invalid you must not touch.
Feels unwanted in her community feels it's wrong,
She shouldn't have stayed here for this long.
Walks down the street with her head hung low,
Feels un accepted whereever she goes,
Now she's in college and so she is thriving,
Showing all of those people she has carried on surviving,
All through this poem I bet you cannot see,
That the girl living like this is infact me.