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Who is the me

Who is the me Rattling against the triteness Of borrowed words and identities Yearning to be formed With words true and sure How many words  Need to be penned into thrash Peeled and delayered Such that me me me May emerge What is in the who Waiting to unfold and form Gifting the fabric of […]

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Who is the me

Rattling against the triteness

Of borrowed words and identities

Yearning to be formed

With words true and sure

How many words 

Need to be penned into thrash

Peeled and delayered

Such that me me me

May emerge

What is in the who

Waiting to unfold and form

Gifting the fabric of eternity

With a luminosity

That it only can gift

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