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Poem: "I'm Just Fine" by Tom Greening



Although I think that I'm just fine
my friends claim that I'm borderline.
Each time I rant and rave a bit
they say that I have had a fit.
They diagnose me as a nut
and then they try to drug me but
I know that God is on my side
and that I'll soon be deified.
While lesser mortals strive and strain
I'm blessed to have a better brain
that helps me navigate through life
and rise above their petty strife.
If they attack ad hominem
I'm going to start drugging them.

 

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