You Are Good

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Who told you you were naked?
Who said that you were wrong?
Who told you no one loves you?
Who said you don’t belong?

That serpent called the devil
Can clothe himself in light,
Can look just like an angel,
Glorious and bright.




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Poet, lover, thinker, human.

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