Who Am I?



Who Am I?

Who am I, I say, 
A person with little sway
Or a dynamo who wants to play?
Who asks this question now on display?
Is who I am
Who I am
Or is I AM
Who I truly am?
I’m in a jam
For who I thought I am
Is not I AM
And if I am
Not who I am
And I am I AM
With Heaven inside of me
Which should bring me glee
Yet troubles me!
I mean seriously!
Why me?
Quickly?
Who could I tell
Without fear of Hell?
Only God knows the Truth
And this may seem uncouth
But, if I am I AM
Maybe we are all in a jam.
What if we all are I AM?
Damn!
Asleep unaware
Fearing to dare
Now Aware and Awakening
Earthshakening
Fearless
Tearless
Treating each other as if all are one
Then all that zeal would appear to be done!

About this poem

One of 83 Metaphysical pow-em's I've written over the past few years. 36 of which are published. 45 more will be published in 2021

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Written on April 16, 2019

Submitted on September 18, 2021

Modified on March 05, 2023

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