From Art of Mind: Philosopoems to the World
Like a drifter I travel light,
My feet move quick that’s a
That could help explain—
The reason why I don’t like baggage.
I’d gladly take your load off,
But I can’t accept his load…
I can’t clean up your past issues,
I’m afraid I have my own.
I turned some away at the gate,
Because their luggage weighed too heavy…
I chose to fly solo,
With a weight only I could carry.
I’d be willing to make arrangements,
I could deal with another man’s semen…
I’ll take in your baggage,
If you’ll accept my demons.
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