Someone’s Shoes

Standard

to walk in someone’s shoes

garners the fact that they

are extremely different 

than you, that they

have the same rights of others

to be who they want 

an individual, a family

of which they define

as living their lives 

just as we have

there is no need to seem 

intrusive or assume

we are like them for

we understand each

are individuals without

need for constant 

explanation just knowing

we all have our 

own style and preferences 

-Jennie Nawrocki 

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