James S Newcomb Lang

Rookie - 56 Points (27/06/65 / Sevenoaks Kent UK)

I'M Me Myself And I - Poem by James S Newcomb Lang

I’m me myself and I
I think that’s plain to see
So if I was someone else
Who would I be?

I wouldn’t be myself
I wouldn’t be just me
I would be a stranger
Then where would I be?

I’d be somebody else
I’d be a mystery
I wouldn’t have a clue
Who on earth I’d be!

So I’m glad I am myself
I’m glad that I am me
I’m glad I’m not a stranger
As that’s just how it should be!
JSNL/12/09


Comments about I'M Me Myself And I by James S Newcomb Lang

  • Sandra Martyres (2/1/2010 2:48:00 AM)


    A pertinent piece - very appropriately posted on PH! ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2010



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