Do You Know Me?

I’m an idividual who learns those completely.

Each one of us are so uniquely different from another. We are formed in parallel fashion,  having simular thoughts, desires, fears and even dreams. But what forms us is the impressions that are meshed into the tiny niches of our brain. It molds our character, shaping our morals and standards.

Both, seeing and listening are necessary to balance a healthy perspective.

There I am…listening.  There I look…seeing.

All I have to ask is, “Do you know me?”

If you look…you’ll see that I am sensitive, passionate and understanding.

If you listen… you’ll hear that my experiences in life have been impressed from living the upper class to the streets.

If you pay attention at all…you’ll find that my visions are huge, my strength being the magnitude of God, my creativity a never ending scope of dimensions unknown and have a desire to build onto anything that comes to mind.

My determination is driven by the encouraging and nurturing of a family who always maintained an attitude of, “You can do it!” and the love of siblings who took time out to teach and play with me. A family who values other’s opinions. That listens in anticipation to feel and understand the fullness of another being.

If you know me…you know that I’m curious and daring, thoughtful, yet not overly affectionate. Not liking to squabble over money or possessions and not impressed by gossip or violence. And that my love for animals and nature clearly seem to outweigh over man.

If you know me…you’ve learned not to worry if I don’t call or not there at a specified time. You will have learned that while not intentionally ruining a plan, I have opted for another. Sometimes, finding me in the company of undesirables or not finding me at all!

But if you know me…you know that I know, when I’m loved and when I love you too.

About lesliesway

Leslie Goodwin is the published author of "Almost Hit" and an independent writer. Coming from 2 generations of publically acknowleged writers, grandmother, Ruby Berkley Goodwin was the first black person to have a book published by Doubleday in 1952 with her book titled "It's Good To Be Black" and Father, Robert Lee Goodwin being the first Black person to write for the television network.
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