jonathan wilmington


Rambling Man


I am the motivated man
I am the thinking man
I am the country loving, god loving, American man
I’m the republican man with liberal ideals
The soldier man that loves peace
The criminal man with a conscience
I am a man of constant change
Happy man
Sad man
Dead man
I don’t care what kind of man I am
As long as I am a man of many shapes
I am a man who tries
I am a man who fails
I’m the man with a gun
And when I shoot
I’m the man with the bleeding hole in his chest
The man of turmoil hates me
But I am a man of hate
I am a man of darkness
A man of light
A man of rhyme
A man of blight
I’m everyman
And no man
A jacket man
A hat man
A metal man
A flesh man
Not enough man
Too much man
Opposite man.

Submitted: Saturday, June 11, 2011
Edited: Saturday, June 11, 2011

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