Me, Paul Butters - Poem by Paul Butters
I'm no author, novelist or poet.
I'm just Me,
And don't I know it.
I don't need to be classified,
As long as I'm writing, I'm satisfied.
Typing out words, line by line,
I don't care if they don't rhyme.
I don't care if my verses don't scan:
I'm not always an Iambic Man.
I just say what I gotta say,
I'm not worried about any pay.
Words come to me without much bidding,
The world of its evils I hope to be ridding.
I love to spread lots and lots of Love,
Bringing peace to all like a messenger dove.
Things of beauty bring joy, John Keats rightly said,
To make us sleep easy when we go to bed.
So I'll paint what I paint,
And sing what I sing,
Just letting those words
Do their magical thing.
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