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WHO EXACTLY



Housed in a container
Moved in it
Identified by its aesthetics
But sometimes lost in it
Who exactly am I
the container
or the content

Sometimes I try
so hard to figure exactly
what it is about this combo
Sometimes complicating
other times compelling
sometimes conflicting
other times cooperating

Influenced by the countless
conversations with 
the inner and the  outer
the seen and the unseen
the known and the unknown
Then I discover
It goes beyond this container
there is something about content

As adorned as this container maybe
embellished with so much beauty
the content remains the substance
that give it credibility
Beyond the container that interacts
is the content that keeps the flow
is the content that leaves  memorable impacts

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LENSES

I struggled for too long Being who I wasn’t Fitting  my circle into other people's 
perfect squares -- into all their
expectations for me Their perception was all that mattered What they will see and say Their standard for success and achievement
I showed up acting who I wasn’t Like a dancing monkey under obligations to perform magic To gain their recognition and affirmations for being who I wasn’t Against being Me
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