I Am The Fool And The Failure - Poem by Shalom Freedman
I AM THE FOOL AND THE FAILURE
I am the fool and the failure
Who writes little poems
No one reads.
And is happy deluding himself
That his little lines
Are true poetry.
I should have been a better husband and father and son and brother-
And not just an old man,
Listening to the words which come inside himself
And bring him peace, however sad.
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