defying stereotypes

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Dear All, I am everything and I am nothing. A creeping shadow in the black, abyss-like corners of life. To gaze upon my cloaked, physical form, That of which was comprised from a stereotype and guesswork,
gravity. the force that attracts a body toward the center of the earth, or toward any other physical body having mass.
Its a warm day and I'm near my pond The water is quite quenching So lush, nice and sweet Who needs the others anyway? Notorious masters of deceit They want me to frown,
I grew up in the unfenced yard so I had to be the homecoming queen and he the starting quarterback. Make straight A’s and never sleep,
Who am I, you ask? I am me. I can't narrow it down--that's all I can be. I refuse to be labeled by what people see. All I want is just to be free to be me.  
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