"Just Like You" is a poem addressed to Humans by an individual of unknown species. Given the broad range of species in the universe, the description in the poem doesn't really narrow it down a lot. The poem was plagiarized by an Earthling author named Bruce Coville.
Just because I’ve tentacles,
And skin of ocean blue,
Don’t think I don’t have feelings
That are just the same as you.
Every time I fall in love,
My knees are full of bliss,
And I pucker up my eyebrows
To give my girl a kiss.
The times we have a lover’s spat,
My liver’s always broken,
Many times I’ve cried my ears off
Because harsh words were spoken.
My nose runs and my feet smell;
I’ve heard that yours do too.
I shine my ears with gobs of wax,
Just the same as you.
When I am suspicious,
My feet can smell a Rat,
I try to eat nutritious,
Lots of sugar, salt, and fat.
When scared, I feel my skin crawl,
The way you Humans do.
Mine comes back here when I call it
(I hope that yours does, too.)
Though you’re rarely eight feet tall,
I don’t look down on you,
I know we’re really much the same
Even though you are not blue.