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Who Am I?
Am I the innocent boy riding his bike?
Or the Old Man who’s crippled and frail
Am I the churchgoer who’s found meaning to life?
Or the nihilist sunken into barren despair
Am I the drunk wallowing in an empty bottle?
Or the addict buried deep in strife
Or maybe the mother who’s killed her child?
The father who’s deserted his wife
The child molester who lurks in the shadows
Or the murder who’s taken your life
Maybe I’m nothing more than a result of blank evil,
Like trash that has lost its stench
For who are they to judge, the boy, the churchgoer, the drunk, the abortionists, the molester
Tell me who I am?