Who Am I an Acrostic Poem by author Trish Hubschman #DeafBlind #disAbility #PoetryPlace

Who Am I an Acrostic Poem by author Trish Hubschman #DeafBlind #disAbility #PoetryPlace

Who am I

By Trish Hubschman

March 2022

 

Note: This poem is an acrostic. It spells out DEAFBLIND.

 

Disabled, I am, no denying that.

Except I’m a person too.

Almost always people fail to see that.

Few even notice I exist.

But I do and I want to shout it out.

Look at me. Here I am.

I’m like everybody else.

Not perfect, but nobody is.

Disabilities don’t change what’s inside.

 

 

Trish Hubschman is the author of the Tracy Gayle mystery series, Tidalwave, Stiff Competition, Ratings Game and uneasy Tides. Tracy is hired by rock musician, Danny Tide, to find out who set fire to his band’s summer tour bus. In doing this, more diabolical things arise, mysteries, murders, romance.

Trish is a graduate of Long Island University’s Southampton Campus and has a Bachelor’s degree in English-Writing. She is deafblind and lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, author Kevin Hubschman, and their dog, henry.

Her website is www.dldbooks.com/Hubschman/

 

3 Comments

  1. marlsmenagerie Reply
    March 23, 2022

    Awesome, Trish! So true!

  2. patricia hubschman Reply
    March 23, 2022

    this poem was hard to write. I wanted to write a poem in this style but I didn’t know what to write it about, then it hit me. I’m deafblind, so I decided to try my hand at doing an acrostic for deafblind. It wasn’t easy but in the end it came out great.

    1. Hi Trish, Marlene and I both think it’s great.

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