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The True Me
by Shakera Reid-Stewart
7/08/2007 / Poetry
You see me, but you really don't know me.
How can you say that you love me?
You tell me that I'm all that,
So, if I'm all that, why am I now dealing with all this?
If you knew me, you would know what I stand for.
If you knew me, truly knew me, you wouldn't disrespect me.
You would want to uplift and adore me.
You would desire only the best for me,
If only you really knew me.
Since you didn't bother to ask, let me tell you who I am.
I am the woman who respects you enough to know you,
The woman who knows you well enough to love you;
The one who loves you with all of my being.
I am a strong, Christian woman who is okay with saying:
If you can't see me as I am, then you don't know me,
If you don't know me, then you couldn't possibly love me,
If you don't love me, you can't have me,
And if you don't have me, then you've missed out!
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Shakera Reid was born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in Miramar, Florida. Her passion in life is counseling and educating youth. Hobbies include reading, writing and watching movies. Her hope is to encourage others through her writing and to help them in their Christian walk.
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I just wanted to let u know that this was a great poem!! I really liked it and It really told the truth!! Keep up the good work for the Lord and U will truly be blessed!!! Your friend ANGIE
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