Me Question You
    You Teach Me

Is there nothing to you
Can you ever be true
Who are you
and who am I
To question you

Just wanting to laugh
Needing to laugh
Laughing at everything
That can be laughed at
While you drink and smoke
It's easier than facing the facts
No substance in that
Life is much more than this
Haven't you even an opinion
or anything like that

Excuse me if I'm not there
But where is there
What is there
If I'm not there
It's because you're not here
and you can't get here
from there

Lighten up say you
You can't take everything so true
What am I to you
or who are you
To teach me

By:  Roger Harkness


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