Should I If I Should? - Poem by Aaron Restua
Out of the depths,
I grasp for freedom;
Roaring like a lion,
Searching for a truth
That must be part of me...
Not of those who say what I should be;
Not of those who say what I must be.
But Should I be what they say I should be?
I guess not...
I feel not...
I hope not!
I am my own being,
To the foremost of my kind.
And no one else.
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