Become a Better Man

Become a Better Man

A Poem by Nicholas Duboe
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This is a fun little poem making light of the world we live in and how we admire others features and wish for them to be our own.

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Lend me your ears, your fingers and toes. Lend me what you can.
Perhaps I can exchange myself to become a better man.
What eyes you have, what a nose you've got, Oh may I take a look?
How about a trade? Pick anything! Just please don't be a crook.
Sir your arms what muscles you have, ma'am your teeth, oh my!
How bout a leg? An arm you say? Perhaps an ear or eye?
But by the end the man I'll be, compiled of all you know
A spitting image of perfection, stitched together, head to toe. 

© 2019 Nicholas Duboe


Author's Note

Nicholas Duboe
Quick poem I jotted down at work. I hope you like it! PLZ let me know what you think!

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Added on February 15, 2019
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Nicholas Duboe
Nicholas Duboe

Denton, TX



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Hello there, my name is Nicholas and I am currently 24 years old. I am a husband, a father and a son. I am also a poet and attempting novelist. I began writing years ago using Booksie, posting many po.. more..

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