selvin mcrae


Me, Myself And I - Poem by selvin mcrae

Me, Myself and I
Written by Selvin ‘Ewan’ McRae /

Everyone is unique in there own ways
Yet we are only human
Created in the image of God
So some of his powers we might have
I live my everyday as my last
Visioning the depths of others
I then take control of my surroundings
Exploring earth and its contents thoroughly
Who ever say life would be easy?
When we see others differently
Seeking refuge from the Holy Scriptures
There we can always find peace
Some tremble in the presence of their enemies
Getting that sudden rush of fear
But I’m strong spiritually and mentally
So I’m privilege to feed my enemies fear
My imagination runs wild
Wondering why some hardly smile
But been righteous in and out
I realize some are just lost souls
Am I more blessed than anyone else?
When the blessing of Jah rains on everyone’s head
Concern about the world’s misery and distress
I fall to my knees and pray for ease
Now your heart races in fear
And you’re looking but you can’t see
You’re listening but you can’t hear
You’re touching but you will never feel
If only we could identify our weakness
Then we wouldn’t have a problem
The only problem would be
Being unable to find the solution
They tarnished my credibility
Accusing me of homicides
Knowing it is actually suicide
Making it so hard for me to survive in society
Honesty will take us a long way
And I will not use dishonesty to spear anyone’s feelings
The persuasions and the temptations
The frustration and the conclusions
And in the midst of it all
I’m still Me, Myself and I

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 2, 2009

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