You

You

A Poem by Denise Deas

You by ELon Raelliin Clarke

Look

Don’t worry

Like many people say

Those who don’t matter mind

And those who don’t mind matter

Let it out

Your crazy

Your anger

Your happy

Your weird

Be sure

You’ll regret it when you don’t

It’s in you for a reason

So let it show

It’s who you are

And show that to the world

If they don’t like it

What. Ever

You are you, not them

So

You

Be

YOU.


© 2010 Denise Deas



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Denise Deas
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smells like cliche. but. like many people say...

Posted 7 Years Ago


I like this, I actually wrote a poem with a similar meaning. It's called "Don't Forget To Be You" This is a good write, keep it up! :)

Posted 7 Years Ago


Good poem! Very true, a lot of people should take a lesson from this!

Two points: 4th line "Those don't matter mind" --> did you mean "Those WHO don't matter mind"?

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It would be exceedingly helpful and you'd get so many more reviews if you would make the print a little bigger. With that style and the small size it's a little difficult to read.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Sounds really good, but should the line "Those don’t matter mind" be something else?

Posted 7 Years Ago


I think this could be a great poem, if I could read it. The font you chose is an awesome one but the type-set is a little small to discern what all the words are.

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Added on April 4, 2010
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Tags: identity, individuality, non, conformity, you, myself, my, self

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Denise Deas
Denise Deas

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