Diminishing Man - Poem by George BernardBloodyShaw
I can do it myself.....
One doesn't need outside power
To this old git who used to be
I'm doing it myself,
Knocking myself to pieces.
I don't need an outside faction
To turn me into a fraction
Of my former self.....
I can do it myself!
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