Me, Myself, and I

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You think you know me

You believe I’m like you

Well you couldn’t be more wrong

About the subtext of my psychology

What defines me is prevailing to your desire

Of worthless thoughts of distraught against yourself

I am distinct to all of you by the most simple of ambitions

To survive this world full of abhorrence

With a graceful intention of soaring the skies

Like an immortal god

With manners of elegance and fluency

I will predominate all the impediments you deploy my way

By utilizing unique etiquettes of my primordial being

I will reach enlightment and finally concede a state of mind at peace with myself

Ultimately knowing who and why I’m meant to be

In this world of light and darkness

This poem is about: 
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