So Secluded That I May Be

Another me

There was another me

But not the better me,

But so carefree,

 

A better me,

That’s who I am today,

So secluded that I may be

A better me,

 

I brought

Happy-go lucky-joy,

To many,

You might say I was a golden boy,

 

A better me,

That’s who I am today,

So secluded that I may be,

A better me,

 

I can’t be the madcap

I used to be,

Simply,

I would not wish to be,

 

A better me,

That’s who I am today,

So secluded that I may be,

A better me.

This poem is about: 
Me

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