Cupuacu

You know, I learned something about myself today. When I have something I have to finish urgently or a job I am not looking forward for, inspiration hits hard; therefore, we learn from this experience that creativity and inspiration are both major players in procrastination. You live and learn.

Anyways. So, I thought of a new challenge (mhmm, today as well. Inspiration at its best)

Whenever I write a new poem, I would be singing a line earlier, and, then, the words flow on. But for this challenge, whatever word is the last word for any of the written verses, I have to rhyme the rest. Usually, my poems are freestyle, so this is quite a challenge for me. I used two different websites to help with the vocabulary.

This poem was inspired by the song, 

Whatever It Takes by Imagine dragons, especially the lyrics,

“I’m an apostrophe
I’m just a symbol to remind you that there’s more to see
I’m just a product of the system, a catastrophe
And yet a masterpiece, and yet I’m half-diseased.”

***

I may be only one in a million

Only one in a billion

But I’m me

I may be unfashionable

I may have a “critical”-

Shortage of popularity

But at least I have a personality

I may lack a sense of clarity

Of life’s “normal” activity

Because of my proud insanity

Yet my “disability”

Allowed me to know about my unreal limits of my abiliti-

es, at least my “disability”

Allowed me to know my dissimilarity

My distinguish-ability

At least my “disability”

Allowed me to pursue my curiosity

Of the invisibilities

Of the possibilities

Of the fictitious impossibilities

At least my “disability”

Made them see my exceptionality

And your erasability

Your falsity

Your personality’s

Fashionability

Your so called “femininity”

Your generality

Your impurity

My in-comparability

I may be only one in a million

Only one in a billion

But I’m me

And I make a difference

Unlike you

A faceless commoner

A false “perfect” picture

And you know what?

I’m proud of my immaturity

My insensibility

Of normal

***

You might be reading the title and asking, “What in the 9 planets is a Cupuacu?”

Yes, people. PLUTO SHOULD BE CONSIDERED A PLANET.

Anyways. Cupuacu is the rarest fruit according to Google. Underline rarest, not fruit. I’m a human, not a fruit. Unless you consider potatoes fruits. Are they?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cupua%C3%A7u#Fruit

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