Your comedy touched me,
In a way I thought not possible,
The world though the LGBT eye,
Is one often not relatable.
I am a quite guy,
A gay white man,
And very shy.
I’m often told that I am broken,
Because I don’t take part,
In the parades,
With big floats in.
I don’t do pride,
I rather hide,
And watch from inside.
So to see your comedy tonight,
Brought a smile to my face so bright,
Thank you for sharing what you do,
Lots of love and thanks to you.
©The Pesky Poet
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