Doesn’t always get in play,
Puts other’s need first every day…
Neglects his own
Especially at home,
That is his normal way.
His doctor and diabetic educator,
Encourage his self-loving nature…
Saying he’d be surprised
On how many eyes,
Are loving and caring spectators!
A woman at work stood there,
Hinted how many for him cared…
Said the guy
I’d probably cry,
If the people who did were aired.
From counseling and other sources,
Same message hits him and forces…
His inner hating,
Fellow church members sing it in choruses!
It’s been a long time he’s struggled
In his mind his attitude puzzled…
He doubts his worth
And being loved from birth,
Acting as if not worth his struggle.