Author: Barbara Goodhew
Never would of had the nerve before.
Afraid I would impose and be a bore.
People I miss and think about, got in touch with them, which was nice.
Before I would of just went on and not think twice.
Now I'm like a little kid honest and true no fear.
Do and say what I want and no shedding a tear.
Guess that's why I love kids, no guessing if they like you. They let you know.
I hated guessing games and pretending that I didn't care.
Since I became disabled I found out it's a waste of time not to show.
Now I don't waste time I show my true feelings.
No guessing I speak what I feel and if I don't speak to you then I don't like you and you'll know.
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