Don’t seat next to me


Parents don’t seat next to me

My silent voice is disturbing

Judging, different than me

Higher self esteem untrusting

Feeling sad sickness in me

Upper class wearing sunglasses

Against my old jeans and long black shirt

My girls not acting like masses

Their self-confident kids never dirt

Even when progenitures seat next to me

They ‘re able to see truth in me

Smiling so innocently

Parents forced me to respond politely

To parents in the park

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