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My Shoes (They fit me alone) by Franklin Onuoha

Take a look at my life
What can you say about me?
You know just a little
But you feign omniscient
You care less about yourself
But you put all focus on me
Do you really think
You can love me more than me?
You hear rumours that ain’t true
You spread it like bird flu
I’m not sure you’re even real
Though you always want to play God
Who are you to judge me?
You can’t walk in my shoes
You’ll topple and fall
A thousand times
So before you wear your bench wig

To give your verdict

Make sure you’ve attained perfection

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