I Am - Poem by nidal habash
I am the carpenter of my own thoughts,
And a doctor to my own heart.
I am the priest of my own soul,
And a healer when life takes a toll.
I am the captain of my own sail,
And a general watching my own trail.
I am the mother delivering my own pains,
And a father earning my own disdain.
I am the painter of my own destiny,
And a writer to this book of blasphemy.
I am the shepherd of my own fate,
And a lonely wolf passing life's final gate.
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