Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning

A Poem by West Coast

just a poem i thought fits in with the current Political situation in America



What am I to do?

Am I gay or am I strait?

My love life seems to procrastinate.

Right now, I don’t know what to do,

I guess I’m just in love with you!

In my heart you’re all I see,

But my ways don’t conform to society.

Sadly, I’ll keep my feelings inside,

But my love for you can never hide.

Being near to you is something grand,

So at the poles I will gladly stand.

I will vote for my rights to marry who I wish,

At the feet of anti-gay Politicians I will gladly piss.

One day my love will be allowed,

And on that day, my children will be proud.

© 2012 West Coast

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West Coast
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Very inspiring :) Good job

Posted 10 Years Ago

"One day my love will be allowed," lovely

Posted 11 Years Ago

i also wrote a few poems inspired by same sex marriage and equality... i just hope to live to see the day when i can marry someone and it will be recognized on a federal level.

Posted 11 Years Ago

I love the last line. Well I like them all, but the last one really wraps it up nicely. "I guess I'm just in love with you" is a great way to describe it. You know what, three thumbs up to the whole thing. :)

Posted 11 Years Ago

West Coast

11 Years Ago

thank you. It really means alot that you like my poem, due to the fact that it is a reflection of my.. read more

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4 Reviews
Added on October 15, 2012
Last Updated on October 15, 2012
Tags: Gay, Strait, Human Rights


West Coast
West Coast

San Francisco, CA

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