Your poem seems to shift from your own worries of not being different and "special" enough, and you attempt to put this thought onto the reader. It also seems to gives off the impression that you have low self esteem ("to those who care") and that you feel like you are just a "number" (you want to be "different")? Then it jumps to "I will surpass you" and "Anything you can do I can do better", leading into telling the reader he/she is wasting their time by reading your words? At the end, you seem to be telling people to stop sitting on their butt, get to work, and become something, or they will be just become another number themselves.
Who kind of poetry are you interested in learning to write? Rhyming or free verse (or something else?)? I noticed you rhymed in some parts, but in others you changed your pattern. It helps to bunch together similar thoughts and make them into "verses". What kind of emotion are you looking to instill in your poems? I could offer more input if I get understand what your goals are.
"With care she will grow, from love she blossoms. A thrill to behold, a sight so awesome. A flower's pure grace, with fragrance so sweet. An enchanting dance, with four little feet."