Ergo Sum - Poem by Patti Masterman
Think you're a beautiful unique snowflake?
But you're a pile of dog dung, in a heap
You, the maggot, fighting for rights
On the carcass, in a car's headlights
You the snail, still trailing slime
Out of sight, and out of mind.
You, the bat guano, by the tree
You, the take out cup of pee
Left by a wino, near his bed
While fighting the demons, in his head:
If you believe that you're everywhere;
Ipso facto; you must be there.
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