Cat Summers

Foolish Fool - Poem by Cat Summers

Foolish fool
Do not label me
You cannot classify me

I am not just another one of the pathetic sheep you herd into your categories
I am my own person—a star that burns to bright for all you replicated clones
I am real—not just another platinum haired Barbie Doll for you to toy with and control
No I am much more than that
I am me—a lone wolf who will never follow or live by your rules

Foolish Fool
Do not label me
You cannot classify me

I am different, one of a kind
The tallest tree in the forest that mocks all you identical mindless drones
With no power to think or act on your own

Foolish fool
You Cannot Label Me
You will never classify me
So whatever made you think I could become another puppet, controlled and manipulated just like you?

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 7, 2005

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