Me, Myself, &

I am omnipotence.

born with a direct connection to profound abundance

chosen to be right here right now

uttering my thoughts into existence

transmitting verbal frequencies

the one whose words will age with time

yet will still have substance

since there are no boundaries attached to my pen

 

A powerful ambiguity.

 

I.

 

I am the ring around Saturn

spinning words like particles of ice and dust with the power to transcend

But I refuse to let constellations define my limits.

I am the rhythm that the wind blows

I am the beginning and the ending of stories told

Ones told about the universe and how also how miracles unfold

 

I am constant energy

Translating personal experience into imagery

Vulnerable to tyranny,

I am one face in the crowd.

I am one voice out of many

Yet I continue attempting to share some truth

Through this abstract language of poetry

 

Cause baby, I am that eyelash in your eye

I am the green you get when you mix too much yellow with the blue

That shade of gold you get when the sun resides into darkness

I am the transition between the third and fourth dimension of time;

 

The one who is love

Because I am a descendent of it

I am

 

A writer

A student

A teacher

A sister

A daughter

 

A child of the Master 

A reflection of flaws 

But also an image of perfection

A being that was 

Beautifully, wonderfully, and fearfully made

 

I am unexplainable.

A mess of arrays of numbers and letters that no one can decode.

A walking depiction of the phrase "think outside the box"

For I think with my heart

And my heart is always beating out of my chest

Maybe attached to my sleeve.

 

I am indestructible.

A beat up journal of orchestrically stringed metaphors

Busting at the seams

 

I am this one

who somehow remains silent while I talk,

who will remain standing when I die.

 

I am—yet what I am none cares or knows;

 

 

So I continue meeting the different parts of me when I write

Who am I?

I AM THAT I AM.

 

This poem is about: 
Me
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