Why am I different, oh what can I say?
'Cause I'm not like you, your belief, and your ways.
You turn and you stare and point in disgust,
you justify anger, abuse and distrust.
What makes you right in your own little mind,
Do we not share this same moment in time.
Is it YOUR space, YOUR land, and YOUR air?
Why must you spew such pain and dispair.
Can you not see that I'm human like you,
So what if I'm different, from all that you choose.
Who cares what I like, my belief or my faith,
It never hurts you, and I'm not in your space.
Yet still you spread anger, with words so vociferant
Can't we please get along, its ok to be different.