The Reality Of Relativity - Poem by Dean Meredith
So here I am
Trying to keep it all together
Just like the other battlers
Little fish, avoiding the sharks
They say we shouldn't compare
I don't know who 'they' are
I'm guessing they might be bigger fish
But it's all relative, right?
I've got my nice wine
Not too expensive, not too cheap
My reheated frozen meal
While others have various things
Some have whatever they want
Champagne, caviar, the works
Others have whatever they can get
Maybe scraps, maybe nothing
And which part is wrong?
The former or the latter
Is the middle any better?
I guess it all depends
On where I'm at and where you're at
And where our loved ones are at
And where we'd all like to be
But you know what they say...
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