Vigilance And Bellicosity - Poem by James McLain
and i have,
have i not, i have said,
i do not worry about betrayal from 'God, it is man,
with whom, i must live in this world
with each day
until it is, 'that i am called again, into sleep...
thus Weary and wary, i wait.
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