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Me, Myself and I

By

Alice C. Bateman

Somewhere in these caverns

Maybe Iíll find me

Somewhere between the rock walls

And the river to the sea

 

The rock walls are the hurting

The walls Iíve built with pain

All the pretty colors

Are the hues that I have gained

 

Because the pain has strengthened

Has polished, molded me

As troubles join the river

And drift away to sea

 

Somewhere between the rock walls

And the hidden, far-off sky

Iíll try to find the disparate parts

Of me, myself, and I  

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