"'Self(I)sh' and You"
"'Self(I)sh' and You" selfishness stories
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omniscientomega
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A universal poem about how it is not always a negative aspect to hold on to our own self in response to the misconception that caring for one's own sense of self or identity is seen as "selfish". At the same time, the ending of this poem is admitting that our sense of "self" is not permanent, and prone to change.

"'Self(I)sh' and You"

Speaking about "Selfish"

And all of humanity

I...

Can't forget I

As

You

Can't forget You.

In order for a You and I to exist

We must exist for ourselves, first

Then for each other, and others, second

Imagine if I

Forget

I

And You

Forget

You?

Then...

You and I

Do not exist.

Gone in the mist.

What a twist.

Although our self is never permanently fixed.

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