A Human's Reflections
Some do not like my ideas, I understand,
But when they turn it personal, it hurts my hand.
I am just a human, a simple soul,
All I ask is kindness, a friendly hello.
I don't bite, I criticize systems not people,
For I love all, that's what makes me equal.
People share their pain, unconsciously it's true,
Verbally, intuitively, it affects me too.
I stay at home, where the world feels less tough,
But when I step out, it's often rough.
A lonely man talking to himself, I see,
And houseless folks, a sad reality.
Yet amidst the pain, there's still so much love,
A friend with a beautiful home, from above.
A stranger's kindness, a customer service smile,
These simple acts, can bring us miles.
I am grateful for my life, my family and friends,
My pets and plants, that never come to an end.
I am grateful for my privilege, I know it's true,
For all these blessings, my heart overflows.
So I am not fragile, but highly sensitive I am,
With an open heart, to help those in need a hand.
For that's what makes us human, after all,
To love and care, standing tall.