Deluded Height - Poem by samuel nze
Who will humble this man
That walks taller than tall
And struts like
Ramshackle in reckless abandon?
He thinks I need him
And maybe I do for
The intelligence he inspires;
But I need him brought low,
He must not be further deluded
Into thinking he is of
I know not what serves his delusion,
But I know he is no different than me.
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