J'Accuse I - Poem by Glenn Cassidy
Literature is a vehicle of moral principles.
Literary expressions are art and moralI accuse myself of
wallowing in the broth and fubbles
I have committed art
of suffering despair love
I have massageed my ego
of flotsam and intellect.
I sentence myself
and shrouding my feint soul
Not yet may I write the right
or lay claim to moral principle
to greater being supplicate
my beating heart be still.
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