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Real Deal People – a poem

I’ve had a request for happier, more positive poetry, to match the happy theme of my blog.  Indeed, a majority of my poems are of the moody, broody, angsty variety.  I’m a teenager, but be that as it may, angst isn’t the only feeling I have words to describe on paper.  This isn’t exactly happy, but it’s in a more positive vein than other poems I’ve written.

I dedicate this poem to the cool people, the “real deal” people.  The ones who are themselves in a seemingly elite society of robots.  The ones who haven’t let fame get to their heads.  The ones who are humble and genuine to themselves and to the world.

 

You can nail a song live, sounding better than machines

You read your mail and reply when you’ve got the time

You write the words in all your works, original and true

The world’s still real sometimes

And it’s all thanks to you

 

You’re the humblest person with a claim to fame

You’re hilarious when it comes to saying your own name

You’re down to earth – it doesn’t get to your head

There are still good people around

And they include you

 

You haven’t changed your face a bit, brows lips or face

You’ve shown me it’s not worth being ashamed of heritage and race

You’ve lived through changes by being true to yourself

There’s a chance for a good future

If people look up to you

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I'm an artist of multiple mediums, from creative writing to cosplay.

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