Samael Wolf

Rookie - 3 Points (I'm not sure when I lived / Indiana)

Seemingly Me - Poem by Samael Wolf

Everything I seem to be
on the surface, or down below
is really me
I cannot pretend to

live another life
shallow bastards do that
Smooth to the touch
reveals the rough belly

decide who I should be?
Not an option
really for me.
I am poor in resources

but not of the mind
I am sentimental
with sad memories
of those I have lost

Kind to the kind
vengeance for others
responsible for those
that are worthy to me

Blind to imbeciles
that refuse to see,
the meaning of this rich pageant
Deaf to the words

of those that seek only for themselves.
I choose those that are worthy
to walk with me
on this lonely path

It is one of a singular purpose
Truth.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 30, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011


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