I Am Whatever You Want Me To Be
I sliced the sun into two
And looted shimmering bars of gold
Which lined her womb,
Her beloved broods I stole.
I plucked the sturdiest mountains,
The choicest adornments on the face of the globe.
All it took were my hands, raw and unrestrained,
Their maimed rubbles now abuse those they adore.
I remember the sea that like Moses I parted
And the ocean floor I made my way through.
Only this time I was uninvited, unwelcomed, unwanted.
By a vile sense of power I was seduced.
And how can I forget the verdant pastures I lathered
In malaises, miseries and atrocities abundant,
That from Pandora's jar I gathered?
Such are the triumphs I love to flaunt.
More often than not,
I leave behind crumbs of hope.
Each crumb no bigger than a dot,
Glazed in honey from the finest honeycombs.
I am nature, I am human,
I am fate, I am destiny,
I am God, I am Satan,
I am whatever you want me to be.