I actually don't have anything to say today

I am alone
Taking responsibility
On bedsheets freshly pressed
And carpets cleaned

I'm on a globe
Most of which I will never see
Oh poor insignificant me

Ever since I learned to swim
I've been furiously paddling
I lost a little skin
But I think everybody did

I am a veteran of insignificance
An old man bathed in bitterness
If I lose all my friends
It's because I thought I was better off

I've contrarily weighed in
For so long now I forget the reasons
My treasure's turned to trash
But I think everybody's has

There was a light shone bright on a liar
Decidedly guilty but citing a logic
Contrary to science
We must love that man despite it

There was a sign held high in the sky for
several hours
Distributing light indiscriminately
Undeservedly, to all inviting
I didn't get dressed all day to spite it

I actually don't have anything to say today
I actually don't have anything


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