I’m different now

I don’t think like I used to think
I don’t write like I used to write
I don’t read what I used to read
I don’t look like I used to look
I don’t love like I used to love
I think differently now
I look different now
I sound different now
I move differently now
I breathe differently now
I love differently now
I’m different about difference now.

Rose-Anne Reynoldsimage

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About Rose-Anne Reynolds

I am a Full-Time PhD Student at the University of Cape Town, with research interests in the Philosophy of Child and Childhood. I am passionate about inclusion, children, philosophy with children, embracing diversity, multilingualism, tolerance, joy and love in abundance.
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2 Responses to I’m different now

  1. 3trollsmom says:

    Wonderfully written Rose-Anne and true about so many of us, although sometimes we fail to notice.

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