Is it the chair?”
What do you see when you look at me?
Why am I treated so differently?
This happens so consistently.
I have eyes, arms, legs, like all the rest, 5
Do I not deserve the very best?
Is it the chair?
I wish people were more aware.
People pass by me like I don’t exist
This just makes me really pissed. 10
Some are stupid and like to mock
Would they act differently if I could walk?
Some people say I am lucky to be in a chair
But how can they compare?
Do you have a mobility impairment for which you have to use a wheelchair? I use a wheelchair and would like to share my experiences and basic helpful hints, so that you will be better prepared when choosing and or using one. The decision to purchase a new chair should be reached after with your doctor, a physical or occupational therapist, a family member or close friend, and the wheelchair vendor, because everyone’s needs and wants are different. One type of wheelchair is a
It was so hard,
To believe what they said,
The day that my parents,
Said my friend was dead.
I thought of the days when we played together,
In the sun,
In the snow,
In all types of weather.
His mom was so scared,
Of the slightest thing,
She would never let him,
Spread his wings.
She never believed,
In what David could do.
She never believed,
He was just like me and you.
David to me,
Was so much a brother.
I can honestly sa
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