Licking a kleenex can make me shudder,
Eating cole slaw will make me sputter,
A sweaty foot, dog poop on the lawn,
Is that a wasp over there? That's it, I'm gone.
My fear of cellphones I cannot explain,
I'm scared of small children who always complain.
The horror of jello that melts in the heat,
That moment you realize it's "mystery meat".
With toothpaste and matches, the world is so scary!
Ever noticed, close up, most bugs are hairy?
The thought of pierced ears sets me into a tizzy,
Knowing germs are everywhere makes me feel dizzy,
Waking up to dog breath in the morning,
That kid who decides to bite without warning,
Backwash, mold, being spr
I'm the high school girl who sits alone at lunch.
I'm the boy who's teased for not taking a punch.
I'm the nerd who's only friends are her books.
Because the words they say about her stick like hooks.
I'm the homeless old man who ignores the peoples glares.
I'm the little boy who cries because he thinks nobody cares.
I'm the freak who tries so hard to act like she can blend.
But she knows she'll never really be accepted in the end.
I'm the orphan boy who is left week after week.
I'm the girl who's so depressed that she chooses not to speak.
I'm the grad student who's life has been so rough.
Yet he's finding that still his earnings