Caitlin (a dead poet) no longer living

Rookie (Date of Death Sept 2006)

Don’t Shrink Me - Poem by Caitlin (a dead poet) no longer living

Labels attached
Adhesion varying
Causative factor
Unloved, divorced, never married
All lumped together
All one and the same
Labels designed to facilitate relationships
Creating confusion
Making a corporation out of the individual
Who am I?
The morning star
Always visible
Flying high
Buoyed by confidence
A poet, a dreamer, a lover
Not one not all
But each in its own time and place

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 6, 2008

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