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Colorblind

written by: Tylia Flores

@stompingoncp1

 

Don't they see that I'm just me?,

Not the chair that is built behind me,

Why can't they see I'm just a woman who loves to express herself through her passion,

Why can't the world see my abilities for what they are,

instead of all the labels that make me stand out,

Handicap disabled unable,

all the labels that make us all colorblind in society

I wish people would see all the abilities that make me into a rainbow,

I wish people would open up their eyes and see I'm just a human,

and not the chair that is built behind me and the wheels that I use for my legs,

I wish people would see my true colors

Tylia Flores

Tylia Flores

Tylia Flores is a 23-year-old born with cerebral palsy. Although her condition has affected her mobility, it has never affected her will and determination to make a difference in the world. Through her many life challenges and obstacles, she discovered her passion for writing. Tylia’s goal in life is to share her stories with the world. In doing so, she hopes to help others with disabilities realize that they, too, have the potential to make their dreams come true.
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