Bookworm

I don’t fit in

I know what it feels like to be a part of something
And feel like you don’t fit in
Because I don’t fit in
I don’t fit in to the stereotype of women that seems to be the belief here
And the belief that homosexuality is a sin
What if I’m not straight?
I can’t be part of this
My whole life
My family
My religion
Believes in something I can’t believe in
Because I’m not straight
What do I do?
I don’t know if I can walk away from something I have known for so long

Comments2

  • Ivory

    This is such a real piece. Love how honest it is. To truly be happy we must live our truth.

  • Lorna

    Be your own person or else you are living someone else's life.



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