Trying Not To Be - Poem by Douglas Scotney
To try not to be, or to be?
is the question this poet is asked
by agreeing a poet's a liar.
Being means persuasion,
trying not to lie
trick by trick,
and awareness of new tricks arising,
new forms of rhetoric.
It's not easy being me
trying not to be.
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