I Was, 'I Am, I Always Will Be - Poem by James McLain
Only to her that one, that only one
the one of whom there is but one is he
and no man has made this speech.
Speakable only to he, is she,
whom speaks to you of he.
Remarkable is she,
whom knows the touch of he.
Wet grass kept thus and always
by he for she is knowing
he is the animal,
hers and hers,
put their only for her by he, for that.
Safe in the knowledge of her sea.
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