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I don’t want to be accommodated

A poem to challenge your assumptions

By Lucy Dan (she/her/她)Published 2 years ago 1 min read
I don’t want to be accommodated
Photo by Christophe Maertens on Unsplash

I do not

want to be

part of a space

where I have to be


I want to be

part of a space

where who I am

isn’t automatically

associated with less value —

there isn’t anything

to be accommodated.

What are you defining

as your default?

as your normal?

as your majority?


Lucy (@ramyeonjpg) is a budding poet who jots down all the wildest pieces of her life into poetry form. By day, she's a graduate student. By night, she crochets an unreasonable number of scrunchies to de-stress. As someone who never runs out of ideas, she aids other writers who run into writer's block with weekly poetry (or writing!) prompts. Feel free to join in here!

Poem first published here.

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