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Rated: E · Poetry · Personal · #2209556
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“Why did you park there, in that space you’re not allowed!”
She asked, haughtily out loud
“It’s for disabled people, not those like you and me.”
“Some disabilities are hidden and you can’t see.”
She didn’t wait I must confess
To hear that I suffer from MS
People can’t cope with evidence not in plain sight,
It conflicts with their sense of wrong and right.
I continued on my way,
In my wheelchair might I say,
Doing things of mundane normality
Yet passers-by still judge by what they see,
“You don’t need that wheelchair, in my view”
How I’d love to say, “Not every one’s as ignorant as you!”
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