Who Am I? - Poem by Mark Heathcote
Who am I, am I, a savant…
Am I, a guardian of knowledge or a fool?
Am I, an uninhabited sapphire moon?
Or a sentinel of fire & desire:
Who am I, am I, a philosopher…
A great man of thoughts a scholar….
Or a boxing ring ringer.
Who am I, am I, a poet sage…
If I am, do I care about my age?
It's true, I, don't suffer jealousy
And I'm healing all my rage…
Who am I, am I, a guru…
Could all this misery be?
… Another kind of voodoo
Or is it a Juju, gift.
A kind of magician's magic
Who am I really, answer you're just a son of man?
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